|Day Low/High||3.11 / 3.28|
|52 Wk Low/High||3.05 / 6.23|
Jim Cramer says Chesapeake Energy is a better break-up play than takeover target.
A warm 2012 has caused natural gas prices to skid, but that doesn't mean 2013 won't be better. Dan Dicker gives his top nat gas stock picks for 2013
A quick short-side scalp may be in the works on any bounce to this key level.
Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, is playing the seasonal natural gas trade through a new stock.
Natural gas is looking good again and on its way back to $3.25. Natural gas has been as intriguing a trade as that red delicious fruit this year with some awe inspiring volatility. So what next? I admit, I've gone from bullish to bearish to bullish ...
I'd rather buy the pullbacks than attempt to call a top in the sector.
Industry fundamentals suggest only modest price gains are possible.
Russell Croft, portfolio manager for the Croft Value Fund, names his favorite stocks including Norfolk Southern, Merck and Southwestern Energy.
Here's how to play the inexorable move into this clean, abundant fuel.
The UNG is holding its lows and may have found a temporary bottom.
U.S. indices are poised to continue climbing after Monday's midday reversal.
Some major drillers are curbing nat-gas operations, and that should mark a bottom in the commodity.
If you started on the wrong side of the trades today, I'd be willing to bet it has gotten worse rather than better.
For those unwilling to wait for a pullback, there are plenty of opportunities -- but be careful.
Despite today's pop, nat gas prices are still at their lowest levels in years, but should improve.