Christopher Lewis
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Natural Gas

Natural gas markets have initially tried to rally during the trading session on Thursday as we see a lot of noise in this market. We are currently struggling with the $1.70 level, but it is just a level, and one that we have sliced through several times in the past, because of this, I like the idea of this market eventually breaking out to the upside, and I cannot help but notice that the $1.60 level has offered massive support as of late.

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The $1.60 level underneath extends all the way down to the $1.50 level, and therefore I think it is a huge “range of support” just simply waiting to happen. Buyers in that general vicinity will probably become a bit aggressive, and therefore I am all over any attempt to get down into that area. Furthermore, the $1.56 level has been crucial support for natural gas over the last several years.

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To the upside, it is very likely that we will go looking towards the 50 day EMA which is at the $1.75 level, and then after that the $1.80 level. After that, the 200 day EMA is currently found at the $1.97 level, so I think it is only a matter of time before we find resistance in that general vicinity. All things being equal, I am a buyer as we are lower in the overall range, and I think we are trying to form some type of basing pattern for a bigger move later this year. Plenty of bankruptcies in the news will continue to support natural gas as well.

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