|Day Low/High||176.55 / 182.78|
|52 Wk Low/High||80.00 / 206.29|
The sideways consolidation in GTLS will likely not last much longer.
Let's delve into the charts and indicators.
GTLS could make further gains into the $30 to $35 area in the weeks ahead.
My Benjamin Graham strategy has an enviable long-term track record.
The natural-gas boom and its after-effects tell us that good news is good news.
These stocks look bound to get bought at every dip through year-end. You should buy up, too -- but wait for that swoon.
It only took 7 years for diesel to go from being a pretty unknown fuel to being the only fuel for trucks. Nat gas is next.
Thanks to this pair of coinciding events, it's happening in trucks -- finally -- right now.
Chart Industries, Wabash and Stanley are convertible bonds worth owning, says Edward Silverstein, PM of the MainStay Convertible Fund.
Jim Cramer looks at a safer way to play nat gas exports with Nicole Urken, Mad Money Research Director
The industry looks to stay in inning one for some time to come.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Hertz Global, Chart Industries, and PepsiCo, Inc.
Fuel Systems and Chart Industries are solid plays on low natural gas prices.
The increase in domestic natural gas usage in the industrial sector could revitalize the U.S. economy.
China needs our plentiful natural gas, and Chart Industries is in position to benefit.
Overly green thinking in the White House, plus dirty fuel money in Congress will stop this bill.