Why Some Think Natural Gas ETF Could Be Seeing a Spike

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May 6, 2009 4:20pm ETF BASIC NEWS

naturalgasNatural gas prices are low, but one CEO is predicting a big rebound that could benefit related exchange traded funds (ETFs). Chesapeake Energy Corp.’s CEO Aubrey K. McClendon said that the current price levels aren’t strong enough to support a North American rig count, which is setting the stage for a “dramatic” reversal, reports Randy Ellis for News OK.

How high prices will go, no one is claiming to know. But McClendon points out that a year ago, prices were too high at $12 to $13 per thousand cubic feet; now they’re far too low, at $3.50 per thousand cubic feet.

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