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Forecasting Track Record

Market Variables

Last update: November 1, 2018

Comment: We tend to be very good at forecasting domestic variables (production and consumption), but not so good at predicting external variables (exports and imports).


Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report

Analyzed Data BGR Projection vs EIA Reported Figure** Trading Bias Accuracy***
Time Period Sample Size* 10+ 6-9 ≤5 Zero Total Bullish Bearish
December, 2015 - October, 2018 154 11% 23% 58% 8% 62% 50% 50%
January, 2017 - October, 2018 95 8% 22% 60% 9% 64% 39% 61%

* - number of reports;

** - simple difference in bcf, % share of observations;

*** - trading bias is calculated by subtracting BGR forecast from the consensus forecast (i.e., from market expectations as indicated in the Reuters survey); when BGR projection is below consensus, there is a bullish bias; when BGR projection is above consensus, there is a bearish bias; when there is a bullish bias and EIA then reports a figure that is below consensus, it is assumed that trading bias was predicted correctly. Same logic applies for situations when there is a bearish bias before the report and EIA releases a storage number that is above consensus. EIA revisions are excluded from trading bias calculations. As you can see, historically, we have correctly predicted the trading bias for 62% of reports released since December 2015. When we do get the bias right, it tends to be either bullish (50% of cases) or a bearish bias (50%). However, if we exclude 2016 results and look at a more recent history, we will see that bearish bias had a higher rate of correct predictions (61% of cases).

Last update: November 1, 2018


Trading Results (August, 2017 - October, 2018)

We had to temporarily discontinue trading on May 22, 2018 (due to some technical reasons). Trading was resumed on June 18. Returns are calculated as a percentage change between positions' open price and closing price. Please note that the actual returns (in money terms) are usually greater.

Overall, we have executed more than 400 trades since August 2017. The list of the most recents 80+ trades is attached below. If you wish to see a complete list of executed deals, please send us an email.  

last update: November 1, 2018.


Executed Trades (June, 2018 - October, 2018)

* unleveraged returns; exclude brokerage fees. 

last update: November 1, 2018.

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