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The Only Natural Gas ETF to Own as Prices Rebound

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Natural gas prices have dipped in 2015. They're trading at $2.71 per million BTUs as of March 3, for a drop of more than 22% from their December price of $3.50 per million BTUs.

But Money Morning's Global Energy Strategist Dr. Kent Moors says prices are headed higher in 2015.

That's why we're recommending a natural gas ETF today. It tracks natural gas futures, which gives it a double-digit profit potential when prices are climbing. Now that prices are low, it's the perfect time to buy.

But this double-digit profit opportunity won't last forever. Moors says we're about to see three "super shifts" in the natural gas industry that will push prices higher through 2015...

A Huge LNG Energy Boom Has Begun

If you can sell something for $4 here and $16 somewhere else, where would you sell it?
Well, the shale gas we're producing in North America has buyers in Asia willing to pay 4x the going price here. That spells a lot of opportunity for companies helping to get liquefied natural gas (LNG) across the Pacific.
See our top choices for this nascent boom here...

How to Invest in the U.S. Natural Gas Revolution

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It's no secret America has been in the midst of a natural gas revolution.

The technological advancement of fracking is causing nothing less than a full on shale boom, opening up amazing new profit opportunities if you know how to invest in natural gas - which I'll get to later.

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Natural Gas Prices Move as the Switchover from Coal Continues

Companies are ditching coal for natgas, which is pushing natural gas prices higher. Check out how this trend is just beginning... Read more...

Two Natural Gas Stocks to Buy Now Before the Transportation Revolution

Here are two stocks to buy that sit in the sweet spot of a dramatic change that has just started to sweep through in the U.S. trucking industry. Read more...

Natural Gas Companies Inch Closer to LNG Export Approvals

Natural gas companies that want to export LNG got a treat last week: The DOE approved its second application. So who’s next to get the greenlight? Read more...

Natural Gas Stocks: Time to Pick the Next Winner in LNG Export Race

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There's a worldwide race heating up to supply the world with liquefied natural gas (LNG) and right now the U.S. lags far behind.

But that's about to change, with the U.S. expected to go from 0% of global LNG exports today to 9%-12% as early as 2020.

Investors should get ready because certain natural gas stocks will surge along with the exports.

So far, only Cheniere Energy Inc. (NYSE: LNG) is allowed to export LNG out of the U.S. to both free trade and non-free trade agreement (FTA) countries- it hopes to begin exporting in 2015.

And Cheniere's stock has been on a tear since earning that approval.

When the DOE announced the approval of LNG exports from Sabine Pass on May 20, 2011, Cheniere was trading at $7.69. The stock soared over 30% that day, finishing at $10.04, and today trades nearly 301% higher at $30.82.

Now, investors have another chance to profit from an LNG company.

Once again the catalyst will be approval from the DOE to export LNG to non-FTA countries.
And a non-FTA permit is the key with LNG exports.

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Natural Gas Companies Attempt to Make Fracking Safer

The debate over fracking heats up: oil & energy on one side, environmentalists on the other. Here’s how natural gas companies have tried to help. Read more...

Natural Gas Prices Could Triple – And So Could Your Profits

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Natural gas prices are finally turning around, hitting multi-month highs - and piquing the interest of legendary investors who say the commodity has a lot higher to climb.

While most commodities are moving lower in price - some quite sharply - natural gas has soared in 2013.

The June natural gas futures contract on Monday settled at $4.392 per million BTU, putting it up 31% so far this year. This makes natural gas the top performer among the 24 commodities in the Standard & Poor's GSCI index.

Noted contrarian investor Jeremy Grantham of GMO Asset Management is among the natural gas bulls. He recently told a value investing conference in Toronto that investing in natural gas at today's low prices is a no-brainer.

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Why I'm So Bullish About Natural Gas

I just arrived in Texas yesterday for my latest round of oil meetings.

But my interest has moved in another direction.

Natural gas futures have closed at levels we haven't seen in quite some time, reaching $4.14 per 1,000 cubic feet on Thursday. As gas settles north of $4, that means the prospects for natural gas investors continue to improve.

In fact, there are a number of profitable ways to make money as prices continue to rise.

Why T. Boone Pickens Likes These Natural Gas Companies

Legendary investor T. Boone Pickens has been called the Warren Buffett of energy investing, and over the years he has built up quite a legacy.

From his days as a wildcatter drilling in unknown oilfields, Pickens went on to start his own oil company, Mesa Energy, take on the likes of Exxon Mobil Corp. (NYSE: XOM), and manage a hedge fund, BP Capital.

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Why Britain is Looking to U.S. for 20 Years' Worth of LNG

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With its domestic natural gas reserves nearly depleted, the U.K. is turning to a U.S. company to supply enough liquefied natural gas (LNG) to provide energy to nearly 2 million British homes for 20 years.

The $15.1 billion-plus deal between Houston-based Cheniere Energy Inc. (NYSE: LNG) and Centrica, a British energy firm, marks the first time Britain has ever imported natural gas from the U.S.

The deal has big implications for companies involved in the flourishing U.S. shale gas industry, in which gas is extracted through hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.

You see, fracking has led to an abundance of natural gas and will go a long way toward making the U.S. a net exporter of energy instead of a net importer in the coming years.

That, of course, will be a big boon to natural gas companies that export LNG.

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Why Japan's Desperately Seeking U.S. LNG

Two years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, only a few of Japan's 50 nuclear power plants have been restarted. The island nation is increasingly turning to liquefied natural gas to supply its huge energy needs. Here's what this mean for the LNG industry.

The Best Way to Invest in the Natural Gas Rebound

With natural gas prices inching up toward $4 per 1,000 cubic feet on the NYMEX futures market, let’s talk about how investors can make some money off this.
In fact, what’s happening now is just the beginning. My own estimate remains for an average price of about $4.35 come high summer, absent any unforeseen developments, with an increase to $4.85 to $5.15 by the end of 2014.
So, as the natural gas rebound continues, what opportunities should you target?
Here’s the winning strategy...

Why This Chinese Company Is Investing in U.S. LNG

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A private energy company based in China is reportedly investing in the construction of a network of liquefied natural gas (LNG) fueling stations in the United States.

According to a Reuters report, ENN Group Co. Ltd. is teaming with a small U.S.-based company, and the partnership plans to open 50 to 60 LNG fueling stations this year. LNG stations cost an average about $1 million each to build, industry experts say.

ENN has already built a number of natural gas fueling stations in China, which is much further along in use of LNG for heavy trucks than the United States.

LNG's been promoted by investors such as T. Boone Pickens and natural gas producers including Chesapeake Energy Corp. (NYSE: CHK) as a cheaper, cleaner fuel for long-haul trucks.

Now more natural gas companies are teaming up to provide LNG, which means more investment opportunities for energy investors.

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