How to Profit From Natural Gas

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With natural gas prices continuing to decline, Dave and John consider some ways to profit from this industry. Dave advises that there are some intriguing opportunities out there for investors with the stomach to handle a volatile market. He discusses his strategy for identifying outstanding energy-related investments and offers up a few ideas for playing natural gas.

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