Jim Cramer's "Off the Charts" segment used Carley Garner's Natural Gas chart analysis in the August 15th show!



Natural gas prices have been consistently declining for several months due to a historical supply glut resulting from improvements in technology, namely a practice of shale extraction known as fracking.  However, it is quite possible that all of the bearish news is known and priced in.  Seasonals and chart patterns suggest this down in the dumps commodity could soon be on the mend. 

One of our recent issues of the DeCarley Perspective, was featured on CNBC's Mad Money on August 15th.  The DeCarley Perspective is a publication distributed exclusively to DeCarley's brokerage clients.  If you are interested in being part of the loop, open a trading account today! 

You will find the original DeCarley Trading newsletter text here:


DeCarley Perspective emailed to our brokerage clients: http://mad.ly/5f68f3



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