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  • DGAZ Trade Strategy Update [View instapost]
    Thanks again for a great article. Keep up the good work!
    Feb 27 12:18 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Balloon Theory: A New Way Of Looking At Trading Charts, Part 1, An Introduction [View instapost]
    Very interesting indeed. TY for posting!!
    Feb 23 02:51 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • DGAZ - What Is Next For Natural Gas And DGAZ? [View instapost]
    Thanks for all your posts/comments!!
    Feb 23 10:39 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • DGAZ - Are We There Yet? [View instapost]
    Very nice update! Thanks for posting this today.
    Feb 22 04:21 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • DGAZ - What Is Next For Natural Gas And DGAZ? [View instapost]
    WOW Robert - that's quite an elaborate example and it's appreciated. However, if you look at the DGAZ chart, and price action since December - it's been mostly in decline with hardly any up days, and the small rallys that did occur were very muted. Those that bought in too early and were caught off guard by the polar vortexes and their resulting wild spikes are simply stuck now and facing a tough decision. Wait and add to lower the cost or sell now at a huge loss and buy in again at maybe a lower cost (if it hasn't hit bottom). I think this is what XINXINLIU was getting at. Thank you again for the lengthy example that you gave, but Im not sure it fits with the price action that's actually occured??
    Feb 22 04:01 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • DGAZ - What Is Next For Natural Gas And DGAZ? [View instapost]
    Thanks for the good explanation/clarification on repositioning. However, this may sound easy to do, but the severe volatility and price swings we have seen in this winter's cycle makes it more difficult to implement, as one does not know if a specified repositioning sell in a DGAZ bounce is selling at the top of the bounce action. What if the bounce continues higher and you sold into the bounce too soon? If you're going to sell into a bounce to reposition lower then you would like to sell at the top of the bounce and not midway (to limit your loss). Also, traders like XINXINLIU are now stuck holding shares that were purchased at higher prices and I bet one reason for not implementing any repositioning strategy, is the severe price swings (volatility) we have seen. Nat Gas has been under big money speculator control and many were caught off guard by the severe spikes and price swings and could not enter a normal repositioning strategy and many are now watching DGAZ trade below 3 wondering if a RS is coming and what to do? It also appears the severe volatility has not come to an end. Once again, what are your thoughts on the reverse split question? TY.
    Feb 22 12:22 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • DGAZ - What Is Next For Natural Gas And DGAZ? [View instapost]
    Hello Randy - could u explain to XINXINLIU what u mean by repositioning herself? I read her question & your response and it's not totally clear. She stated that she has DGAZ at 7.6. How do u think she should reposition now? Sell her 7.6 holdings at a loss and rebuy at below 3 here? Add to her 7.6 holding to reduce the 7.6 average price? Also interested to know how exactly u reposition? Do u use stop loss if the trend continues against you once you take a position. Do you add on the way down to reduce your overall cost? Also - what about the reverse split question?? Thx.
    Feb 22 10:25 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Tantamount To A “I Told You So”, The Natural Gas Bubble Is Still Popping “Look Out Below!” [View instapost]
    Truth is Sir Monaco made some price predictions for May 2013 that did not occur and he should apologize to everyone for doing so. There is no tie as the price of NG proves that he was plainly wrong. I do not make such foolish predictions and prefer to comment only on the current status as reflected in the current price and chart. Currently, 3.90 remains a very strong support area for NG and must be broken before anyone can say further price declines are ahead. That being said, even if 3.90 is broken within the next 5 weeks - no one should presume to predict what the NG price will be at the end of 5 weeks.
    Jun 2 10:50 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Tantamount To A “I Told You So”, The Natural Gas Bubble Is Still Popping “Look Out Below!” [View instapost]
    LOL - - You really believe that? Sir Monaco's price call for 3.30 and lower by this time in May hasn't materialized and he hasn't apologized for misleading people. You want to give it more time? How much longer time do you want? You guys are unreal and must be working together.
    May 30 07:07 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Tantamount To A “I Told You So”, The Natural Gas Bubble Is Still Popping “Look Out Below!” [View instapost]
    "the market always wins, and the market says natural gas is falling and going to fall more" Ohhhhhhh really??? Looks like you're wrong again and I ask you again: When are you going to apologize for the grossly misleading price projections you have given and continue to give? According to your previous articles, we are supposed to be at 3.30 or lower by this time. So many misleading price projections Sir.
    May 21 12:52 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Tantamount To A “I Told You So”, The Natural Gas Bubble Is Still Popping “Look Out Below!” [View instapost]
    You think a price decline to around 3.90 - 4.00 is the bubble bursting? I don't think so and your prediction of 3.30 and lower by this time hasn't come to pass. Please stop misleading others by making false predictions Sir! You really believe GS and other big players are shivering because of a modest price decline to 3.90 - 4.00?? LOL Sorry, but I think GS plays both sides of the market well before you ever get wind of it.
    May 16 09:45 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why I Believe Natural Gas Should Be Selling For $1.50-$2.00 [View instapost]
    OK - - now I'm a double agent. LOL. And the price of NG hasn't come near your predicted bubble burst price that was predicted to occur by this time in your previous articles. So don't apologize to those you have mislead to maintain some kind of positive reputation and keep on writing articles to bolster your own opinion that continues to be off track with the real price. As you would say .... Cheers
    May 16 09:36 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why I Believe Natural Gas Should Be Selling For $1.50-$2.00 [View instapost]
    Sir Monaco, it really doesn't matter what you think NG should be trading for. What matters is what it is in fact trading for. We are now well into May, and I have not seen you post an apology for your previous wrong predictions that we would see NG at 3.30 or lower by this time. Admitting you were wrong could salvage some of your crediibility, sir.
    May 16 10:46 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Natural Gas: Last Month's Rally Review And Near-Term Outlook [View article]
    jtlivingston - - $3 by July and six figure short trade now well in the money, five figure profit yesterday?? Simple Question: Are you really serious or just trying to provoke some reaction?? It seems to me that Producers are holding low rig counts to get NG price to go up. There may also be speculation involved in the recent price spike - - but predicting NG $3 by July does seem "nuts" (your own words)!! Please give us some credible data/facts for your prediction beyond your gut feeling??
    Apr 27 02:06 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Natural Gas: Last Month's Rally Review And Near-Term Outlook [View article]
    Not interested in revising your NG 3.30 price projection yet Sir? According to Powerburn posted today: "While I expect natural gas to trade below $4.00/MMBTU for a time during the month of May, I believe that further short-term downside is limited.."
    Apr 24 08:07 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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