I got an archived NYT article inside this link which is a must read if you’re trading in and around $NATGAS:
1) $NATGAS $BOIL and especially $LNG (hitting an All-Time High yesterday.) The macro-economics for Nat Gas going forward:
p.s. I’ve played $BOIL twice in the past four weeks for double digit gains. It moves very quickly intraday, so, you have to be ready with a stop/loss - a real one.
I haven’t settled on the EMAs yet for a one-hour chart, but, I am sort of using a very fast Stochastic mixed with an extremely fast RSI 2. Still experimenting, but dialing it in.
March 25, 2022, 3:00 a.m. ET
HOUSTON — The Biden administration wants to send more natural gas to Europe to help it break its dependence on Russian energy. But that lofty ambition will largely be symbolic, at least in the short run, because the United States doesn’t have enough capacity to export more gas and Europe doesn’t have the capacity to import significantly more.
In recent months, American exporters, with President Biden’s encouragement, have already maximized the output of terminals that turn natural gas into a liquid easily shipped on large tankers. And they have diverted shipments originally bound for Asia to Europe.
But energy experts said that building enough terminals on both sides of the Atlantic to significantly expand U.S. exports of liquefied natural gas, or L.N.G., to Europe could take two to five years. That reality is likely to limit the scope of a natural gas supply announcement that Mr. Biden and European leaders are expected to make on Friday.
The United States has already increased energy exports to Europe substantially. So far this year, nearly three-quarters of U.S. L.N.G. has gone to Europe, up from 34 percent for all of 2021. As prices for natural gas have soared in Europe, American companies have done everything they can to send more gas there. The Biden administration has helped by getting buyers in Asian countries like Japan and South Korea to forgo L.N.G. shipments so they could be sent to Europe.