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Carley Garner Natural Gas Analysis on Mad Money

Natural Gas Market AnalysisCNBC's Jim Cramer featured DeCarley Trading's natural gas analysis on the September 23rd episode of Mad Money

 

If you missed the original airing, click here to view a clip of the show

Natural gas prices aren’t quite as cheap as they were at this time last year heading into the winter season, but they are close.  Further, there are some glaring similarities between the current environment, and that of a year ago that could compel the bulls to step in. 


You might recall that natural gas prices essentially doubled from August 2013 through February 2014; we may not get a repeat to the magnitude, but we believe there is potential for a move toward the $5.00 mmBtu (10,000 million British thermal units).  Watch the video for details on the bullish factors we are looking at.

Click here to check out the video archive Carley's segment on Mad Money!

DeCarley Trading works hard to provide clients with quality insight into the markets.  One of our recent issues of the DeCarley Perspective focusing on  natural gas analysis was featured in the "Off the Charts" segment of the Mad Money TV show (the segment aired on September 23rd). 

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DeCarley Perspective emailed to our brokerage clients: https://madmimi.com/p/75f155 

 

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