Over the last three days there has been wild trading in natural gas, with yesterday being the most extreme. A lot of the volatility can be attributed to the tundra-like conditions throughout the United States, particularly the Northeast, and day traders looking to capitalize on the big moves. Real Money Contributior Dan Dicker says that is why long-term energy investment in dedicated natural gas producers is still undervalued, despite the recent volatility in the futures price. TheStreet's Jill Malandrino speaks with Dicker about his top stock picks in the natural gas space.
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