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Natural Gas: How Are Futures And ETFs Correlated? – Sebastien Bischeri

Buckle up, time for a ride to the energy ETFs’ world. If you’ve ever wondered how to trade the energy markets – read on, you are in the right place!

Correlation Analysis

For the sake of this study, we will take the Henry Hub Natural Gas (NG) futures contract as a parameter and draw the correlations on each ETF chart to better visualize their relationship.

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Sebastien Bischeri,
Oil & Gas Trading Strategist

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