This is a sample entry from Brian Cullen’s email newsletter, The Cullen Outlook. I am looking to readdress my blog post on the Natural Gas contract from August 3rd, 2011. The idea in my previous blog post was to buy the Natural Gas contract after confirming momentum to the upside using a Buy Stop order… Read more.
This is a sample entry from Brian Cullen’s email newsletter, The Cullen Outlook. October Natural Gas: Buying on a retracement move back to the upside. Consider buying off of strong support using a buy stop order to confirm continued price action to the upside. Objective would be a re-test of the recent highs while risking… Read more.
The price of crude oil futures could be poised to rise in the coming days despite a slow start to the summer driving season in the United States. Lingering economic jitters have apparently led many Americans to continue scaling back their summer travel plans, especially in light of the difficulties in the euro zone which… Read more.
Those who plan to invest in energy futures in the coming weeks may be interested to know that the U.S. government is calling for an “active to extremely active” Atlantic hurricane season in 2010. This is potentially important because large storms, particularly those that affect states situated on the Gulf of Mexico, tend to disrupt… Read more.
Natural gas futures have reportedly been falling in recent days due to stable supplies as well as a significant increase in U.S. drilling activity. Last week, the Energy Information Administration reported that there were 2,165 billion cubic feet of natural gas in storage, marking an increase of 76 billion cubic feet over the previous week… Read more.
Oil futures appear to be losing momentum for investors this week in light of renewed concern about the economic recovery, both in the U.S. and overseas. Stock markets around the world were already jittery in light of the ongoing debt situation in the European Union, where some member states are considered candidates for a sovereign… Read more.