“Last week the number of shares outstanding in the natural gas ETF (NYSE:UNG) dropped by 3.3%. This decline is interesting given that it occurred as the front two contracts on the Nymex Henry
Oil continues to spill into the Gulf of Mexico as BP works to stem the flow from the uncapped well. While investors may have expected an increase in the prices for oil and Natural Gas when the news
The energy industry is very much in the news after Deepwater Horizon, a drilling unit owned by Transocean (NYSE:RIG) exploded on April 20, 2010. Damage from the resulting oil spill, the
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“Natural gas futures shot 6% higher Thursday, propelled by a U.S. government report that showed a smaller-than-expected build in natural gas inventories and expectations for hot weather in the
NYSE Euronext U.S. Options Markets to Trade Options on Volatility Index (VIX) Notes and Other Index Linked Securities. Options on 9 ETNs, Including iPATH (NYSE:VXX) and (NYSE:VXZ) S&P
“I’ve been teasing a full write up on why I think the United States Natural Gas ETF (NYSE: UNG) may have been designed to lose money. If you’ve had the misfortune of owning this ETF, you are
“Natural gas prices fell sharply Thursday after the government said supplies expanded more than expected amid ongoing weak demand for oil and gas. Meanwhile, fresh reports indicating the U.S.
“You probably already know there’s a phenomenal investment opportunity in natural gas right now. But here’s the background… Natural gas is an extremely useful fuel. In 500 BC, the Chinese
The most popular Natural Gas ETF (UNG) has been under so much scrutiny with it’s fund that investors are finding themselves looking for other ETF
“Deutsche Bank has announced that it will restructure its PowerShares commodity-linked exchange traded funds (ETFs) to “satisfy position limits
Lara Crigger From Hard Assets Investor Writes: As readers of HardAssetsInvestor.com know, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission spent all summer pushing for tighter regulation of commodity ETFs
“People have been up in arms for months now about the troubles at the United States Natural Gas Fund, LP (UNG), the ETF designed to track the price of natural gas. And, as far as I can tell, rightly so: the whole point of ETFs
“With oil at $74 a barrel and natural gas at $2.75 per tcf (thousand cubic feet), the price divergence between the two commodities is near a 20-year high. These prices represent a near 27-to-one natural gas-to-oil ratio, compared with nearly a 13-to-one average this past year