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Rayno Life Science Market Update: CELG, ONXX, XBI Update 1

Sell-off gets worse with S&P down 2%. Moody’s downgrade of banks expected by end of day. Bear market for commodities? ———– We have been at BIO 2012 in Boston over the past week and will provide interesting trends and data from the Meeting by Monday. Global Slowdown Fears: Market off 1.5% at mid-day with the […]

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Rayno SnowBlog: High and Dry- Dry Curse of La Nina is Back 1/31

We had a powder weekend in Mammoth with 3ft Jan20-22 but nothing on the horizon for 10 days. Check Alta, Northwest like Mt Baker or BC and maybe Big Sky. http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/predictions/814day/814day.02.gif http://weather.unisys.com/gfsx/gfsx.php?inv=0&plot=hght&region=us&t=5d http://weather.unisys.com/gfsx/gfsx.php?inv=0&plot=hght&region=nh&t=7d ————— The forecasters have turned on the WHITE. Howard Sheckter calls the turn and end of  the abysmal sunshine! San Francisco Weekend Weather […]

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Nat Gas Is Being Re-Discovered:Price Up to $4.35-Update 3/24

Update after Inventory Report: Range $4.34-$4.48 Nat Gas prices up 10% in five sessions  reached the highest level since Feb 4 as cold weather forecasts added to the bullish scenario. The EIA storage report showed a minor draw of 6 bcf which should continue with colder weather. Technicians see an upside potential to $4.54 level. […]

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Nat Gas Rallies on Nuclear Concerns:Solid Move to $4.15

Price Action More Bullish in a Bear Market Interest perked up again on nat gas chat and how it deserves more respect in US energy policy. The latest commentary postulates a shift from nukes to gas fired plants over the longer term due to increased costs caused by safety and regulatory concerns. But here are […]

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Nat Gas Over $4: Rally in a Bear Market

Japan Quake and Nuclear Concerns Shifts Attention to Nat Gas Japan will need more Liquid Natural Gas to replace nuclear energy needs driving up prices WW. However any changes in demand will grow slowly as LNG transport is obviously an issue. Many analysts and traders still believe that nat gas is in a long term […]

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Clean Cheap Nat Gas-Who Cares? Supply and Demand is Predictable

Update 2/25/11   T.Boone Pickens Cares With oil in the $100 range Nat Gas is getting more attention. That goes along with the usual talk about our lack of energy policy and the U.S. addiction to oil.T.Boone Pickens was on CNBC today and when asked what to do about “ol” said two things: open up […]

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Rayno SnowBlog West: Forecasters say we are on the “Edge of Wetness”

End of West Coast drought is forecasted for late February according to many reports. Post Valentine PPT on the way: Mammoth Lakes Weather brought to you by Howard Sheckter End of mid-winter blahs: Weather Geek : TahoeLoco.com Many storms by the 16th: AccuWeather.com – San Francisco Month Weather | Monthly Forecast for San Francisco, CA […]

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Rayno Snow Blog: LaNina Mid-Winter Drought

High and Dry in the West Why am I reporting on snow? There is none and little hope for the next seven days-maybe longer. If you like cool sunny dry weather come to  SoCal.If you like snow go to NYC or Vancouver BC.I am booking MT for mid-February. Mammoth Lakes Weather brought to you by […]

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Rayno Snow Blog (La Nina Advisory) and Nat Gas Update (Bearish)

Yes there is snow everywhere in California and more to come. Mammoth has 161″ month to date an all time record and 11-16 feet over past several days. Season TD snow is 255″. Weather Geek : TahoeLoco.com Mammoth Lakes Weather brought to you by Howard Sheckter Natural Gas Update-Oversupply Creates Bearish Headwind Nat gas is […]

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Rayno Snow Blog and Nat Gas Update: LaNina on Steroids

West Coast Weather: Wet and Warm Changes are coming in the West as the high pressure breaks down bringing in storms this week and next weekend. Weather Geek : TahoeLoco.com The storm track will remain to the North of the Sierras mid -week with a bigger storm from the Gulf of Alaska coming this weekend. […]

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Rayno Snow Blog: Nat Gas sell-off on inventory; LaNina Advisory

After an inventory report the bulls paused off intermediate top in the 4.60 range then headed for the sidelines as January Futures were off 13 cents to $4.47. Support is $4.40. The decline in storage was -89 bcf from the previous week not enough to spark buying. Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report Latest NOAA weather […]

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Rayno SnowBlog: LaNina Strengthens, Nat Gas Gets Weather Boost

Nat Gas Approaches Breakout at $4.50 Cold weather is forecasted for the NE and SE for the next 10 days giving a boost to nat gas prices reaching a five day high near $4.50 today. November price highs are in the $4.52 area which could spark a bull camp move to $4.92. The next inventory […]

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Rayno SnowBlog: LaNina Advisory-Nat Gas Up on Cold Weather- Update

11/23/10 Nat Gas is approaching its mid-Sep highs as cold weather is forecasted to continue for the next 10-14 days. Today’s high is $4.29 up from lows around $3.70 on Oct 25. The Jan.’11 Futures Contracts is at $4.39 Quotes & Charts with Indicators – Stocks Options Futures Forex – Traders Log Storm and Nat […]

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Sierra SnowBlog 2010 La Nina Pattern Next 3 Months: Cold for Northern U.S.

A weather pundit came on CNBC today reiterating La Nina and it impact on energy markets beginning in November. He is forecasting cold weather for the Northern tier in the U.S. (see below). Watch Nat Gas come off its lows to low $4 range, now trading at $3.935. Also The Rayno Report has a ski […]

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Market Reversal Today -Be Cautious

The market reversed today about 1:30p EDT as positive Bernanke chat yielded to Trichet and the Baklava Bailout. The NASDAQ Comp was up to the 2430 range then closed at 2397. The Rayno Life Science Index of 34 mid-cap biotechs was up 1.7% with 32 greens at 1:30p  then finished down 0.5% with only 8 […]

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