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National Fuel Gas has a diversified business model, a long history of dividend increases, and a solid 4.2% dividend yield
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This is good news for infrastructure projects.
All eyes will be on the chart of National Fuel Gas as it may well continue to broaden out its potential base pattern in the weeks ahead.
Pipeline operators have lagged the upward move, but probably not for long.
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It's lifting off a major support zone and is set up well for an upside breakout.