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                  Learn how to be an informed investor and how a 
                     $.50 realized gain in your Natural Gas option 
                         values could return as much as $25,000.                
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Natural gas futures contracts on the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) have 
hit record high levels for the past two years in the winter months.  But why?

The answer lies in the simple economic principle of supply and demand.  Winter 
brings with it colder temperatures and an increased demand for Natural Gas.  
Also, "just-in-time" inventory management practices have been adopted widely 
in the energy industry.  Corporate attempts to cut costs of stockpiling have 
led to lower supplies.


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That was the past; what does the future hold?
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No one can answer that question with absolute certainty.  However, key 
indicators appear to be pointing to another significant move in the price of 
Natural Gas going into the winter months.  First, demand for Natural Gas has 
been increased by the U.S. adding over 1.5 million new Natural Gas heating 
units in 1996.  Second, the American Gas Association reported that supplies 
in underground storage are only at 38% of the total nationwide capacity.  
Illustrating the point made earlier about the Corporations trying to keep 
costs of stockpiling low to possibly boost earnings for stockholders.


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What is the profit potential?
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An investment of $5,000 and a $.50 realized gain in the value of your 
Natural Gas options could return as much $25,000.


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How realistic is it that the price of Natural Gas will move $.50?
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The average seasonal price increase over the last seven years of trading 
Natural Gas futures contracts has been $1.44.  The smallest seasonal move
was $.51 and the largest move $2.86. 

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Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.  You could 
lose part or all of your investment.  However, when purchasing options your 
risk is predetermined to the amount you invest.  Commissions and fees will 
impact the total amount returned to the client.  Options do not move dollar 
for dollar with the underlying futures contract until expiration date.

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