US Natural Gas Weather Forecast
NatGasWeather.com provides daily weather forecasts focused on the nat gas industry, specifically how weather will effect pricing. We charge a nominal fee of $79, which we feel is a quite cheap, especially if you are trading any ETF’s or futures related to the nat gas markets. You will also receive hurricane, summer, and winter outlooks, as well as updates on El Nino.
NatGasWeather.com now offers daily weather forecasts emailed to you before the morning markets open with the focus on weather conditions that will drive nat gas and heating demand over the coming 2-3 weeks. It is typically 2 pages in length with selected images included and is followed with a Mid-Day update after fresh forecast data comes in. In addition, you will receive our exclusive Hurricane and Summer Outlooks as well as the Winter Outlook and Critical Weather Alerts for weather conditions that will cause big spikes in nat gas and electricity demand. The cost of the monthly subscription is $79 for individual investors, which is less than what many brokers charge for one trade or the price of a few ticks move in the futures markets. For companies wishing to subscribe, the price is $99 for up to 8 employees receiving all subscription benefits. If you are not satisfied at any time you can cancel without fee.
|Your subscription includes:|
- Daily Weather Forecast
- Mid-Day Pattern Update
- Summer Outlooks
- Hurricane Forecast
- Winter Outlooks
- $79 monthly per individual
- $299 for up to 8 people (Company or Business)
- $399+ for 10+ people (contact us for a price quote)
- Email us at: forecasts @ natgasweather.com
- Call us – 1888-724-9915
- Paypal using the link below for monthly billing (you do not need a paypal account – preferred method
- Sign up for a 6-month subscription through Authorize.net
- Credit Card Transaction – Call or email and we will process for you, regardless of country.
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