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Natural Gas Stocks Will Rebound: Your Opportunity for Massive Gains

Natural Gas Stocks Will Rebound: Your Opportunity for Massive Gains

[UPDATE] I hope you caught the rally in natural gas prices that I alerted you to in August! A change in trader sentiment drove the trade through my target price, just like I thought it would. You could have made a lot of money with the exchange-traded fund I recommended, the ProShares Ultra Bloomberg Natural Gas ETF (NYSE: BOIL).

However, the price of natural gas has since dropped. It looks like a new buying opportunity.

Real Wealth Strategist analyst Anthony Planas just unveiled his natural gas forecast for the winter, and it harkens back to the substantial profit opportunity he gave his readers just one year ago. I think you should check it out!

Make sure you follow me on Twitter @JohnRossGuru for my latest insights.

 

Natural gas is trading at record lows!

I’ve never seen the price this low. Ever.

It’s 23% lower year to date. And it’s down 53% from its high of $4.79 last November.

Money managers are the most bearish they’ve been on natural gas since December 2017.

And that’s good news for us.

Because the price of natural gas is due for a rebound.

The last time an opportunity like this surfaced, the price of natural gas jumped 43% in five weeks!

A similar jump is set to happen again. And there’s an easy way you can bet on it.

Read on to learn how you can collect massive gains too.

Natural Gas Stocks Are Too Cheap — It’s Time to Buy

Watch my video below to learn more about how you can turn small moves into triple-digit gains.

The price of natural gas is dropping lower and lower.

My colleague Matt Badiali had this to say about natural gas earlier this year:

The fact is, natural gas is just too cheap right now. This is one of the most important fuels in the U.S. today … because it’s the backstop for all the alternative energy in the U.S.

That’s because neither wind nor solar can produce power 24 hours a day, seven days a week. And there are no commercially viable batteries large enough to store enough power to get through the night.

Instead, there are natural gas turbines.

Natural gas will remain an important fuel for years to come. Yet, traders are treating it like yesterday’s newspaper.

The following chart shows the price of natural gas futures, a market where traders agree to buy or sell an asset in the future at an agreed-upon price.

I added an indicator to the chart that shows how futures traders feel about natural gas:

Natural Gas Stocks Futures Trading

The blue line is the futures positioning of producers and processors that use the underlying physical commodity in real life.

They use futures to hedge their hard asset exposure. So, the blue line moves opposite the red line because hedging protects producers against a sudden turn in the prevailing trend.

I’m most interested in the red line running across the bottom.

It is the collective positioning of money managers who are trading natural gas futures. These guys are traders trying to earn profits.

When the red line is below the dotted line, money managers are bearish. The further the red line falls, the more bearish they are.

And their bearishness just reached a new extreme.

When money managers rush into a one-sided bet like this, prices usually experience a sudden change in direction.

This tells me the price of natural gas is about to jump.

BOIL ETF: Quick Returns at a Cost

Independent investors can bet on natural gas without having a futures account.

You can buy a natural gas exchange-traded fund (ETF) just the same way you’d buy and sell a stock.

The ProShares Ultra Bloomberg Natural Gas ETF (NYSE: BOIL) tracks the price of natural gas.

It’s a leveraged ETF, which means it’s designed to move twice as fast as a regular ETF.

When the price of natural gas jumped by 71% from August to November last year, the price of BOIL jumped by 160%!

But leveraged ETFs are not designed for you to buy and hold for a long period of time.

They tend to have an above-average expense ratio and a daily rebalancing cost — a necessary evil to maintain the leverage.

BOIL is a good way to bet on a double-digit rebound in the price of natural gas.

But it’s no different than other leveraged ETFs. If natural gas doesn’t make its move fast, BOIL will eat into your profits while you wait.

If that sounds too risky for you, I have a better approach.

Join Apex Profit Alert for Bigger Returns

Matt Badiali and I unveiled a new system last month. We call it Apex Profit Alert, and it allows investors to earn double- and triple-digit gains without using leveraged ETFs.

Our system uses an indicator that signals when to get in or leave a trade. We call it “buy on black,” and it’s been firing off new buy signals left and right.

Click here to get in on the action.

We want to help you make the most from your trades and tap into monster gains.

John Ross,

Editor, Apex Profit Alert

P.S. Matt and I realize an options-trading service like Apex Profit Alert isn’t for everyone. In Real Wealth Strategist, Matt and Anthony Planas understand the cyclical nature of natural resource stocks. They recommend your best buys to profit from trends just like the one in natural gas. You’ll get several opportunities right away — plus at least a dozen recommendations in the next year! Click here to learn more.

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