FCG

First Trust Natural Gas ETF
NYSEARCA

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6.57
-0.02
-0.30%
Opening 11:25 09/22 EDT
OPEN
6.66
PREV CLOSE
6.59
HIGH
6.74
LOW
6.55
VOLUME
142.55K
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
12.48
52 WEEK LOW
3.730
TOTAL ASSET
81.19M
YTD YIELD
-39.16%
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Natural Gas Market: Exceedingly Bullish Expectations Have Withered Away
Aggregate demand for U.S. natural gas totaled around 605 bcf (or 86.4 bcf/d) for the week ending September 18.Aggregate supply of natural gas in the contiguous United States totaled around 643 bcf (or 91.9 bcf/d) in the same week.Currently, we expect the EIA to report a build of 64 bcf next week (a final estimate will be released on Wednesday).Projected TDDs have stopped declining, which may provide some support for the spot price and, in turn, for the futures price as well.Yesterday's drop in price became possible only because of exceedingly bullish sentiment that dominated the market for most of August.
Seekingalpha · 3d ago
Nat gas tumbles by most in two years after stockpile gain
Natural gas futures (NG1:COM) fell the most in nearly two years, with the October contract settling -9.9% to $2.042/MMBtu after a larger than forecast increase in stockpiles surprised analysts and
Seekingalpha · 4d ago
The Real Problem Behind The $26.8 Trillion U.S. National Debt
Ample economic research has shown that excessive debt, above a certain threshold of GDP, begins to drag down economic growth. US national debt is now well above that threshold. But ballooning debt, in itself, is not the fundamental issue. It is the result of the core problem. In the coming decades, the US economy will be asked to do the impossible: grow faster even while the government extracts more of its resources. There are no easy solutions. There are only painful trade-offs.
Seekingalpha · 09/14 17:14
Natural Gas Market: Consumption Is Projected To Remain Largely Below Last Year's Level
This Thursday, we expect the EIA to report 3,448 bcf of working gas in storage for the week ending August 28.We anticipate to see a build of 28 bcf, which is 49 bcf smaller than a year ago and 38 bcf smaller vs. the 5-year average.Annual storage "surplus" is projected to shrink by 98 bcf by October 2.However, the storage "surplus" relative to 5-year average is projected to shrink by only 17 bcf over the same period.Consumption is projected to decline by -3.7% over the next 7 days (from 75.9 bcf/d today to 73.1 bcf/d on September 9) and is projected to remain largely below last year's level.
Seekingalpha · 09/02 18:32
Natural Gas Market Overview: Production Is Declining Faster Than Demand
Seeking Alpha - Article · 08/07 16:39
Natural Gas Market: We Have Closed All Our Long Positions And We Are Now Cautiously Bearish
Seeking Alpha - Article · 08/05 16:36
Natural Gas Market Overview: Annual Storage Surplus Is Projected To Shrink, But The Forward Curve Is Already Somewhat Pricey
Seeking Alpha - Article · 07/31 17:01
Natural Gas Market: Total Demand Has Already Reached A Seasonal Peak, But Storage 'Surplus' Will Continue To Shrink
Seeking Alpha - Article · 07/29 14:03
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08/31/2020
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Return
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1-Month
-4.5213%
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3-Month
-10.0382%
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6-Month
-0.9346%
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1-Year
-39.1632%
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3-Year
-27.1341%
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5-Year
-25.2122%
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10-Year
-20.2146%
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Since Inception
-16.9228%
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Profile
Fund Name
First Trust Natural Gas ETF
Risk
Low risk
Inception Date
2007-05-08
Benchmark
S&P North American Natural Resources Sector TR
Advisor Company
First Trust
Custodian
The Bank of New York Mellon
Manager
Team Managed