Working off oversupply while dramatically cutting production = reduced inventories which does not necessarily mean increased pricing structure which is what we care about.
Here is the link to the EIA NATGAS page.
Sure, this is a form of price manipulation and you will pay for it in the end. You, the consumer, are witnessing price manipulation that is not working in your favor, but instead in the name of salvaging corporate profits. On the conspiracy side, I am beginning to wonder if the NATGAS price destruction was a predetermined action in relation to the green movement in some way that has been influenced by the carbon kooks and big oil?
Then again, to what extent do you really trust any numbers coming form any government agency? IMO, you should not. Should that work into your trading decisions? I do not think so. You need to find the momo and where "they" want prices to go and ride that train. right now that momo is still to the downside and will remain there till proven differently.
Again (as usual) I caution investors and warn that UNG moves mainly as a function of the forward spot price. If it goes up so does UNG. If not, it falls. Based on the first chart, once would speculate that a correction is in order. That is it. you are either lucky or not.
NATGAS futures Prices
GL and have a great holiday season .