Natural Gas Price Volatility Lowest in Over a Year

US. benchmark Henry Hub natural gas prices have collapsed from over $10 last year to under $2 this year and have traded sideways between $1.90 to $2.90 for 2023. Much of the price volatility in that tight range coming from gas ETF rolls such as BOIL, KOLD and UNG. Mild weather so far in 2023 has cut historic or actual 30-day close-to-close volatility to 62.2%, its lowest since May 2022. If we look around the world gas futures remain volatile. … Continue reading “Natural Gas Price Volatility Lowest in Over a Year”

Trading Natural Gas Futures Seems Very Risky, Why is That?

Natural gas futures prices have been extremely volatile in 2022 since the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the stories of heavy losses by traders and speculators begs the question why. There are several reasons why trading natural gas futures can be risky. One reason is that the price of natural gas is highly volatile and can fluctuate significantly in a short period of time. This makes it difficult to accurately predict the future price of natural gas, which can lead … Continue reading “Trading Natural Gas Futures Seems Very Risky, Why is That?”