Cheap natural gas means Americans can buy the equivalent of a barrel of crude for $35. That's the exciting reality that has Ron Muhlenkamp putting his investment dollars behind the next great fuel switch, this time in the transportation sector.
The level of fraud in the financial system with utter lack of prosecution or accountability, combined with the ongoing love affair between the largest offenders and collective mainstream, results in financial media being a victim of the so-called Stockholm syndrome.
Perhaps it is not terribly surprising to learn that recent silver demand numbers from India have set records. While gold still seems to be the typical precious metal of choice in the United States, silver is clearly making waves abroad.
As an oil analyst at SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, it's a given that Neal Dingmann has his eye on energy stocks come rain or shine. In this interview, he tiptoes through North America's major shale plays and points out the cream of the crop.
It’s challenging to have the fortitude to hold on to investments during a one-day carnage event like last Thursday. Everywhere you looked there was red on the screen. So what should an investor do after a day like Thursday?
In this interview, Fadel Gheit discusses the effect of Middle Eastern geopolitical issues on oil production, dissects the changing oil and gas production situation in the U.S. and explains how the shift in natural gas prices has turned the refinery business from the industry's perennial ugly duckling into a beautiful swan.