Natural gas prices are so depressed these days, that they are very likely to rise at some point.
But according to Citi, it might be a while. A large, sustained price move for natural gas may not come until 2011. The pain trade will continue for gas investors in vehicles like United States Natural Gas (UNG).
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(Via Citi Investment Research, Oil & Services Equipment: 2010 Outlook, Robin Shoemaker, 9 December 2009)
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