or what I read about price movements of Natural Gas , it's said to rise in price when the cold winter comes and bigger pressure on the buy market then. So we are in the right time for the cold winter to enter now and from the advice I got now it's a good time to start buying. I trade Natural Gas now for the first time, have set up a chart and looked at it for a month now to get used to how it moves. Everyone tells me, price will go up because of winter and that it doesn't follow indicator predictions. I have placed a short trade, because everything tells me from the chart that it should head down. I really want your advice on this!
I see your point. But when do you expect to take profit from this? In the (relatively) short term I don't expect much of a drop.
(I'm just learning hear as you can see from my idea. So I'm welcome to all feedback :p )