Natural gas prices continue to fall. Over the last week of trading, United States Natural Gas (UNG, quote) is down by 2.96%. Year to date, it is off by 39.13%. For the last 52 weeks of market action, United States Natural Gas has fallen 63.76%.
Oil (USO, quote) is continuing to fall on Federal Reserve inaction, declining economic growth and other concerns, but billionaire investor Wilbur Ross sent natural gas (UNG, quote) up 1% in early trading April 4 with some bullish remarks.
To date, the euro zone debt crisis has not been kind to the National Bank of Greece (NBG, quote) and its shareholders. But some institutions will endure in Greece, as it will remain a functioning society, no matter how much pain its consumers will absorb in the years (or decades) ahead.
As pointed out in a recent article on www.emergingmoney.com, stocks such as Petrobras (PBR, quote) and Adecoagra (AGRO, quote) will fall even after being bought by legenday investors such as George Soros, offering others the chance to buy at a lower price than the great ones.