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Monday Investing Commentary


Near-Term Fundamentals Remain Favorable, But Natural Gas Is Priced For Perfection & May Be Poised For A Pull-Back; Crude Oil Domestic Fundamentals To Take A Backseat This Week As Overseas Geopolitics Dominate

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Monday, June 18, 2018
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You can read Friday's full Daily Commentary HERE.


Natural gas rallied 6 cents or 1.9% on Friday to settle at $3.02/MMBTU, up 4.6% on the week. It was the highest close for the commodity since January 31, 2018. The natural gas rally was driven by expectations of continued warmer-than-average temperatures that will maintain the storage deficit versus the 5-year average above -500 BCF heading into July. Additionally, unexpected supply disruptions have kept production growth in check and below 80 BCF/day, contrary to earlier analyst forecasts that called for continued growth throughout the summer. Natural gas prices are now 4.5% higher than year-ago levels following a nearly 25% discount heading into May, which could have consequences for fuel-switching the rest of the summer. WTI crude oil, on the other hand, tumbled by $1.83 or 2.7% to $65.07/barrel on Friday, down 1% on the week. The drop came despite a generally favorable Wednesday EIA Petroleum Status Report as expectations of an OPEC production hike weighed on sentiment throughout the week. The Brent-WTI spread finally began to narrow as Brent suffered a steeper 4% weekly loss to $73.44/barrel, driving the spread down to $8.38/barrel, down from nearly $11/barrel the previous week. My Oil & Natural Gas Portfolio dipped slightly on Friday but still finished the week up +1.1% despite my not making a single trade. The portfolio is within 0.2% of all-time highs, up +14.5% through the first 115 trading days of 2018, +31.7% annualized. In the week ahead, I will look to...

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Last 3 Daily Commentaries:

Friday, June 15, 2018
Natural Gas Holds Onto Gains Despite Larger-Than-Expected EIA-Reported Storage Injection As Heatwave To Drive Strong Cooling Demand Across The Heartland This Weekend; Inventories To Finally Top 2,000 BCF On Saturday, The Latest Date Since 2014; Loosening Natural Gas Supply/Demand Increasingly Apparent Despite Ongoing Heat


Monday, June 4, 2018
Natural Gas Holds Near Top Of Trading Range As Storage Deficit Versus The 5-Year Average Remains Above -500 BCF; Mid-Summer Heat Across The Plains To More Than Offset Chilly East This Week With Below-Average Storage Injection Expected; LNG Feedgas Suppressed As Maintenance Continues


Tuesday, May 29, 2018
Natural Gas Rises As Record-Setting Warmth Dominates The Heartland While Oil Crashes & Burns As Domestic Supply/Demand Balance Weakens & OPEC Threatens To Raise Output; The Heat Is On As Powerburn Demand Will Soar This Week, Driving The 5-Year Average Storage Deficit Back Over -500 BCF


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