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It has become increasingly clear that Europe will need to import from multiple sources.
We have a strong positive view on Gazprom shares given its unstoppable growth of Russian natural gas exports to Europe.
We are bullish on the global LNG market as demand is expected to double by 2035.
Natural gas related companies offer much better plays for alternatvie-fuel minded investors.
We have a short-term downward view of Tellurian shares.
Despite China tariffs, the LNG market is vast and increasingly more liquid.
Energy secretary's mission to Moscow highlights threats to burgeoning U.S. exports of liquified natural gas.
The natural gas exporter could be a great company with vision but right now the charts do not show it.
Cheniere Energy's investment thesis is still strong, despite trade concerns.
Cheniere is still bullish-looking on the charts and a breakout to new highs looks possible despite the background "noise."
Asset diversification provides Tellurian with a solid base and multiple avenues for growth.
China's latest round of sanctions is about to make the pain real for many energy names.
Avoid a 'fatalistic' mentality on the China trade war.
China's retaliation for Trump's tariffs is hitting LNG exporters hard.
Still, there is money to be made if you're strategic.
The charts and indicators of LNG are bullish.
With the resurgent market, traders are moving back into the big tech names such as Apple and Facebook.
Trade, inflation, interest-rate and technical concerns are not just going to go away.
Finding good setups in individual stocks is still challenging as there simply isn't a lot of strong momentum.
The challenge of this market is that the upward moves have not been well sustained.
The whole selloff had an apocalyptic feel.
We've made a few tweaks due to price changes, while others were based on a last-minute assessment of better value.