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Natural Gas - Price Action in 4h chart reveals short term uptrend

Natural Gas – Traders should focus on the Short term Uptrend

By Trading Predator May 17th, 2018 No Comments

Here’s the Recent Price action Analysis of Natural Gas on 4h chart. In earlier content I updated about long-term outlook of Natural gas based on weekly chart. This time, the focus is on short-term outlook. Since April, Prices are trending higher. MCX Natural gas prices rose from 166 to 196 within a period of 2

Natural Gas Price action retesting the support zone again

Natural Gas – Price Action Retesting the Support zone

By Trading Predator April 4th, 2018 No Comments

Lower time frame Price action of Natural gas is very random and hard to grasp, hence I decided to switch on weekly chart which gave a very good picture on the market structure. Natural gas prices are struck in a major range of 2.500 – 3.500 since from 2017. Have a look at the chart

Volatile Price action and Side ways market in Natural gas

Volatility, Sharp swings, sideways price action persist in Natural gas

By Trading Predator November 3rd, 2017 No Comments

So far this year, Natural Gas is trading like a sluggish commodity in the overall energy segment. Though it’s positively correlated with Crude oil in terms of historical trends (based on intermarket relationships), extent of price swings are more volatile this time, when compared to crude oil. Just look at the price swings, isn’t it

Natural Gas Price action technical analysis

Natural Gas | Market trading in range – Storage glut in focus

By Trading Predator July 27th, 2016 No Comments

Price action of Natural gas is currently trading in a range bound structure between 2.795 and 2.625. Market retreated after testing two week highs with healthy supply still outweighing demand for gas-fired power. Natural gas traded most of the July on retreat, a storage glut, record high production has raised too many questions for long-term