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Summer demand is depleting the surplus, and the coming price rise is not reflected in the stocks.
I'd rather buy the pullbacks than attempt to call a top in the sector.
Portfolio manager David Peltier thinks this low-dollar energy stock has more room to run.
The load on the nation's electric grid rises, a grid powered mostly by natural gas.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Apple, SanDisk, and Ultra Petroleum.
Stick with natural gas names in which you won't feel as though the CEO is cheating you.
Maybe the president will see that nat gas provides the cornerstone to a new U.S. energy policy.
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.
The upshot of last week's CERA energy conference: Nat gas is where it's at.
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.
Russell Croft, portfolio manager for the Croft Value Fund, names his favorite value names including Dana Corp., Valmont and IP.
The global opportunities for more drilling to take advantage of a $100 price are just too great.