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Cheniere Energy up over 5.0% in November: What’s Next?

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Where Cheniere Energy Could Trade from Here

Cheniere Energy’s implied volatility

Cheniere Energy’s (LNG) 30-day implied volatility was 28.6% as of November 10, which is higher than the 15-day average of 26.8%. At the same time, Cheniere Energy’s peers Energy Transfer Equity (ETE) and Kinder Morgan (KMI) have implied volatilities of 28.8% and 18.4%, respectively. By comparison, the Alerian MLP ETF (AMLP) has an implied volatility of 19.9%. Cheniere Energy’s higher implied volatility compared to AMLP and its peers could be due to the volatility in LNG (liquefied natural gas) prices and uncertainty in the global LNG market.

Where Cheniere Energy Could Trade from Here

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Cheniere Energy’s price forecast

Cheniere Energy might trade in the range of $47.76–$51.74 in the next seven days, based on its November 10 closing price of $49.75. The stock price is expected to trade within this range with a 68.0% probability, using a standard deviation of one and assuming a normal distribution of prices.

In the next part of this series, we’ll look at recent analyst ratings for Cheniere Energy.

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