Daily Commentaries

Today's Daily Commentary

Friday, December 15, 2017
Natural Gas Falters Again After EIA Reports Bearish, But Better-Than-Expected -69 BCF Weekly Withdrawal; Domestic Production Remains Near Record High, But Demand Elements Beginning To Compensate; Gas Demand Rises Today With Heating Season-High Daily Withdrawal; Chances Of Late-December Arctic Outbreak Increasing

Daily Commentaries For The Last 30 Days:

Thursday, December 14, 2017
EIA Projected To Announce Mildly Bearish -65 BCF Natural Gas Storage Withdrawal For December 2-8 In Today's Report; Natural Gas Rally Falters Wednesday As Outlook Flips Between Seasonally Cold And Arctic Chill For Late December; Oil Falls To 1-Week Low After EIA Reports Large Gasoline Build & New Production Record

Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Natural Gas Rally Falters Amidst Temperature Outlook Oscillation & Inconsistency, But Potential For Late December Chill Increasing; Natural Gas Demand To Climb Today As Midwest Cools; Storage Deficit Versus 5-Year Average Likely To Again Exceed -50 BCF By Tonight As Undervaluation Versus Fair Price Rises

Monday, December 11, 2017
Natural Gas Sees 9% Weekly Loss On Surprise EIA Storage Injection & Warming Trend; Bearish Investor Sentiment Surges To 2017 High, But Could Set Stage For Rally Once Catalyst Arrives; Gas Demand Surges Over The Weekend To Prompt First Projected Bullish Withdrawal In 4 Weeks As Arctic Air Reaches Gulf Coast

Friday, December 8, 2017
Natural Gas Continues Weeklong Meltdown Thursday After EIA Reports Surprise +2 BCF Weekly Storage Injection; Gas Demand To Soar Today As Rare Winter Storm Targets The Gulf Coast, But Won't Be Enough To Prevent Another Bearish Weekly Withdrawal; Natural Gas Fundamentally Broken, But Still Due For A Near Term Bounce

Thursday, December 7, 2017
EIA Projected To Announce Exceptionally Bearish -6 BCF Natural Gas Storage Draw For December 2-8 In Today's Report; Gas Demand Surges On Arctic Outbreak With Bullish Daily Withdrawals Likely Through December 16, But Moderating 10-15 Day Outlook Continues To Fuel Sell-Off; Crude Oil Drops 3% On Large Gasoline Build

Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Natural Gas Falls Under $3.00/MMBTU Despite Upcoming Arctic Blast On Long-Term Bearish Bet; Storage Deficit Versus The 5-Year Average To Bottom Today Before Demand Surges On Wednesday; Murphy's Law In Action: Late-December Forecast Uncertainty Increases, Supporting Monday's Sell-Off & Continued Volatility

Monday, December 4, 2017
The Times They Are A Changin: Powerful Plains Storm To Usher In Arctic Airmass And Prompt Mid-Week Surge In Natural Gas Demand; Oil Investor Sentiment Reaches 2017 Highs While Natural Gas Sentiment Plumbs Yearly Low; Oil & Natural Gas Portfolio Reaches 2017 High--Help Support Celsius Energy & Gain Premium Access