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The charts of the liquefied natural gas company are about as bearish as can be.
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Tellurian's fundamental story may be intact but the charts say something different.
Where are shares of the liquefied natural gas exporter headed?
Tellurian needs to do a lot of base building in the months ahead, otherwise further declines are possible.
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We have a short-term downward view of Tellurian shares.
Despite China tariffs, the LNG market is vast and increasingly more liquid.
The natural gas exporter could be a great company with vision but right now the charts do not show it.
Asset diversification provides Tellurian with a solid base and multiple avenues for growth.
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