Looking for profits in the oil and natural gas space? Look no further than shale plays, energy service companies and offshore oil drilling opportunities in the U.S., says Byron King of Agora Financial LLC.
Low market valuations for junior mining companies have Michael Ballanger, director of wealth management at Richardson GMP, feeling like a kid in a candy store, and equities satisfy his sweet tooth more than the metal right now.
The United States is on the verge of a crisis over a key strategic resource it once almost completely controlled. It's a resource that's invisible, but critical to science and industry. The world could completely run out of it in as little as 25 years.
Is our energy future one of falling prices and plentiful supply or should we prepare for declining supply and sky high prices? lThe energy economist from the University of California at San Diego gives some answers.
For the second time in four years, the Republican Party has blown a presidential election through the choice of a running mate. What little chance the GOP had in winning the election has gone up in smoke with the selection of Wisconsin congressman Paul Ryan.
It's easy to see how pipeline companies can profit from this situation – and several are already making their moves. Recognizing the dire need for their services, pipeline companies are stepping up and increasing capacity as quickly as possible.
investors shouldn’t assume that the recent bout of fuel-switching marks the end of king coal. For one, two consecutive colder-than-average winters in 2009-10 and 2010-11 helped eliminate the utilities’ supply overhang in the wake of the financial crisis and Great Recession.
In a sector where the playing field is not always level, the chairman and CEO of rare earth supplier American Elements, makes a case for more cooperation. Silver insists that junior miners finally have an opportunity to develop the US resource and manufacturing sectors.
Natural gas has been your worst nightmare of a commodity since its peak at $14 in 2008, then riding on crude's coattails in its infamous run to $149/barrel. Since then, natural gas has cratered 80%, and is down 37% from its 2011 top.