We are having our second largest snapback reaction in the futures since the decline began in the $2.80 area.
After getting down to $1.902 for the front-month, gas popped yesterday and is up a bit in early electronic trade,
2.106 2.12 last up another 3.8 5.2 cents. If the gain holds it will be the third consecutive day of higher closes.
This feels like a better place to sell than to buy.
As we wait for the EIA's storage report here's some history:
Designed by the British Ministry of Information during WWII, the Keep Calm and Carry On poster