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Veteran trader Mark Fisher believes Natural Gas will move to the $15-$20 range by October.
Joe Terranova mentioned several stocks to play the Natural Gas speculated movement.
CNX Resources Corp CNX
Southwestern Energy Company SWN
Range Resources Corp. RRC
EQT Corporation EQT
Cheniere Energy, Inc. LNG
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