3 Stocks Under $10 to Buy

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WallStNation reviews three stocks under $10 that have potential to be money makers in 2012.  The stocks consist of United States Natural Gas Fund, LP (UNG), New York Mortgage Trust, Inc. (NYMT), and Trina Solar (TSL).

Natural Gas: How Low can you Go?

United States Natural Gas Fund, LP (NYSE:UNG)

With heavy weights like Exxon Mobil (XOM) saying natural gas demand should pick up next year there's only so long prices can stay low.  The U.S. Natural Gas Fund (UNG) is trading at an all-time low.  Could it be finally time to buy at the bottom?

Tough Day for the U.S. Gas Fund

United States Natural Gas Fund, LP (NYSE:UNG)

The United States Natural Gas Fund, LP (NYSE:UNG) fell 4.04% today and finished after-hours up 2 pennies at $6.41.  It was a down day for natural gas futures and the UNG fell right along with it.

Natual Gas Prices Falling along with the UNG

United States Natural Gas Fund, LP (NYSE:UNG)

The United States Natural Gas Fund, LP (NYSE:UNG) has dropped 19% since June 15th and as Nat Gas prices continue to plunge, expect the same from the UNG.

Do Not Buy Commodity ETFs: BusinessWeek's Gloom and Doom

United States Natural Gas Fund, LP (NYSE:UNG)

BusinessWeek's cover this past week was eye catching and printed three times “Do Not Buy Commodity ETFs” and then encouraged subscribers to read more about “America’s Worst Investment” inside the issue.  What to make of it and do they really have the story right, are the U.S. Natural Gas Fund (NYSE:UNG) and U.S. Oil Fund (NYSE:USO) garbage investments?

Hurricane Season is Coming, Hello UNG

United States Natural Gas Fund, LP (NYSE:UNG)

One bright spot today is the United States Natural Gas Fund, LP (NYSE:UNG) trading up 5% at $8.18.  The demand and supply for natural gas could come under pressure and mean good things for the UNG, thanks to forecasters saying the 2010 Atlantic hurricane season could be the worst since 2005 when Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, and Wilma destroyed the Gulf Coast.

Embrace Volatility with the VXX, the New UNG

United States Natural Gas Fund, LP (NYSE:UNG)

Searching for the next United States Natural Gas Fund, LP (NYSE:UNG)?  Take a bet on volatility with the iPath S&P 500 VIX Short Term F (NYSE:VXX) which is similar to the UNG in several ways; both products have seen waves of cash inflows despite delivering disappointing share price
performances.

Move over UNG, here comes the Williams Companies (UNG, WMG)

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Natural Gas enthusiasts banking on the United States Natural Gas Fund, LP (NYSE:UNG) to keep running up should give the Williams Companies, Inc. (NYSE:WMB) a look.  Williams Companies (WMB) shares are up 8% to $23.14 today as the company is planning to restructure, creating in the process one of the largest natural gas partnerships in the country.

Congrats UNG, the EIA Expects Natural Gas Production to Drop

United States Natural Gas Fund, LP (NYSE:UNG)

Good news for the United States Natural Gas Fund, LP (NYSE:UNG), the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) said today it expects domestic natural gas production in 2010 to be down 3% from 2009 levels.

Natural Gas Supplies Light up US Natural Gas Fund, Chesapeake, and Devon (CHK, DVN, UNG)

United States Natural Gas Fund, LP (NYSE:UNG)

Shares of the United States Natural Gas Fund, LP (NYSE:UNG) are up 5.9%, Chesapeake Energy Corp. (NYSE:CHK) up 1.28% and Devon Energy Corporation (NYSE:DVN) climbing 1.8% thanks to natural gas supplies dropping for the second week in a row.

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