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Christopher Lewis
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Natural gas markets have gone back and forth during the course of the trading session on Thursday as we continue to look at the $3.00 level as massive resistance. That is an area that has been difficult for some time, and it should continue to be. Quite frankly, I think this is a market that will see a lot of choppy volatility, but it looks as if we are running out of momentum. The market breaking above the $3.00 level still faces a lot of noise based upon historical behavior, and of course psychological resistance.

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Given enough time, I fully anticipate that this market will start to fall, perhaps trying to drop down to the $2.75 level initially, followed by the gap underneath it has yet to be filled. After all, we are going to be getting warmer temperatures in the northern hemisphere soon, despite the fact that it has been cooler than usual. With that being said, there will be less demand for natural gas, in a market that is already oversupplied. There has been an uptick in foreign demand for liquefied natural gas, but at this point in time it will be enough to change the market dynamics.

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Commodities in general have been getting a bid, so natural gas has become overvalued. I think eventually the fundamentals come back into play and we fall apart. With this, I like the idea of selling at the first sign of a breakdown, because we have such a significant and obvious round figure just above the use as a barrier to determine which direction, we are going in. All things been equal, the spring temperatures will start to overtake the market.

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