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Natural gas prices have collapsed over the last few months. The combination of geopolitical tensions, economic woes, and technical breakdowns continue to keep natural gas prices low.
The cooler temperatures in recent days and the lack of tropical storms in the Gulf of Mexico haven’t supported prices either.
Investors in natural gas stocks have taken a hit since Memorial Day weekend.
With natural gas prices up 40% since a year ago, we've put together a list of some of the best natural gas stocks you can buy.
But our pick is going to do even better in 2017.
Natural gas companies are trading near their lowest level in seven years.
But these firms are poised to see handsome gains in 2016 as demand outpaces growing supply.
Eni SpA (NYSE ADR: E) is the most talked about natural gas stock right now.
That's because the Italian energy company just made a "supergiant" find in the Mediterranean Sea.
Investing in natural gas is going to be a major source of energy profits in years to come.
But to know where the profits are, you must understand how the industry is evolving.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn reported late Thursday that he has amassed an 8.18% activist stake in Cheniere Energy Inc. (NYSEMKT: LNG) stock. Icahn maintains that LNG stock is undervalued
Icahn plans to speak to the company's board about operations, capital expenditures, financings, and executive compensations.
Natural gas prices have rebounded 13.6% over the last month.
As prices keep rising alongside LNG demand, a natural gas ETF is the best way to get in on the long-term profits.
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.
Cheniere Energy Inc. (NYSEMKT: LNG) stock climbed 3.4% yesterday (Wednesday) when U.S. President Barack Obama vetoed Keystone XL pipeline legislation.
LNG stock has been one of our favorite energy picks for more than four years. Money Morning Global Energy Strategist Dr. Kent Moors first alerted readers to its profit potential in November 2011 - when it was trading at $10.37 a share.
While everybody is focused on oil, natural gas prices are moving in a very different direction: up.
The week-long spike in price shows that natural gas doesn't necessarily move in tandem with oil.
Oil prices have tanked since June, with WTI and Brent crude both hitting multi-year lows this month.
But that doesn't mean investors should go running from the energy sector. In fact, this natural gas stock is presenting a major profit opportunity as we look toward the end of 2014.
Best stocks to buy for the week ending Aug. 29, 2014:Last week for Money Morning Members, we highlighted seven stocks that bring readers the "best of the best" in four sectors currently overflowing with upside potential.
One pick hails from the 3D printing market that's expected to quadruple within the next four years. Another is in the fleet and fuel management sector - it's rapidly growing at a compound annual growth rate of 22.8%. We've got three energy stocks to buy from the most productive natural gas region in the U.S. And we highlighted two silver ETFs that play some promising numbers that were just reported from August.
Natural gas prices, like any commodity, are affected by supply and demand - but weather plays a main role in this energy's cost.
In order to forecast where natural gas prices will be trading in coming months, it's important to look at what's expected for this winter and how much temperatures will differ from region to region.
The United States became the world's largest natural gas producer in 2010, and the world's largest producer of oil and natural gas liquids this past June thanks in large part to the Marcellus Shale region in the eastern United States.
The Marcellus is also producing some of the best natural gas stocks to buy now, because its production has been absolutely booming the last several years.