Fiscal Cliff Deal Gives Energy Investors The Chance To Make A Bundle (XLE, UCO, USO, CVX, COP, SCO)

Kent Moors: Marina and I are still here in the Bahamas where our Internet and TV reception has been very sporadic over the past two weeks. It started improving on New Year's Day, just in time for us to watch our favorite situation comedy.
NYSE:SCO January 7, 2013 3:03pm

Energy Could Be Set for A Gigantic Turnaround In 2013 (XLE, UCO, USO, SCO, CVX, MRO, COP)

Mike Burnick: As investors look ahead to 2013, there’s much speculation about which asset classes and sectors of the stock market are likely to perform best. To zero in on some of the likely candidates you may want to begin with a list of the recent worst performers.
NYSE:UCO January 3, 2013 12:54pm

The New Era Of Oil Renaissance (XLE, UCO, USO, SCO, CVX, COP, MRO)

EconMatters: Where Nuclear Failed, Oil Succeeded In a continuation of our series on the state of the oil industry we look at some of the other ramifications of what we are
NYSE:SCO January 1, 2013 3:38pm

Gasoline and Oil Markets Rigged Far Worse Than Libor (XLE, UCO, USO, UCO, SCO, CVX, XOM, COP)

EconMatters: UBS paid $1.5 Billion for manipulating Libor, and Barclay`s already paid the piper for manipulating the Libor rate. Well, it is about time the CFTC get its act together, and start going after the culprits who rig the oil and gasoline markets costing consumers and businesses
NYSE:SCO December 20, 2012 3:31pm

The Impact Of Shale Oil Means The Tables Have Turned In Our Favor (XLE, UCO, USO, SCO, CVX, XOM, COP)

Frank E. Holmes: The Eagle Ford shale formation lies south of our headquarters in San Antonio, Texas, giving the U.S. Global investment team a firsthand, tacit perspective on the oil and gas industry's growing natural resources phenomenon. 
NYSE:SCO December 6, 2012 12:11pm

Expect WTI Crude Oil To Test The $65 Level In 2013 (XLE, UCO, USO, SCO, CVX, XOM, COP)

EconMatters: WTI closed November just shy of $89 a barrel, on hopes of an improving economy. I think there is an argument for an improving economy in 2013, but it is just too early
NYSE:SCO December 2, 2012 3:06pm

How To Ride The Trend of The World’s Next Top Oil Producer (XLE, CQP, CVX, COP)

Tom Essaye: Last week the International Energy Agency (IEA) released its World Energy Outlook 2012. This annual report provides a long-term view of the global energy market.
NYSE:XLE November 25, 2012 9:30pm

Breaking Down The Cost Of A Gallon Of Gas (UGA, XOM, CVX, BP, APC)

Cory Mitchell: The price of a gallon of gasoline ranged from $3.27 along the Gulf Coast, to $3.90 along the West Coast in November 2012; ever wonder how much of that goes to the government
NYSE:UGA

4 Reasons The Path To Energy Independence Is More Rocky Than It Seems

Kent Moors: You might have seen yesterday's headline in the Wall Street Journal: "U.S. Redraws World Oil Map." 
NYSE:UCO November 14, 2012 1:01pm

Don’t Expect These Discounts To Last In Oil Prices (XLE, UCO, USO, CVX, XOM, COP)

Kent Moors: Markets declined significantly in the wake of last Tuesday's Presidential election. In the two days that followed the S&P shed almost 3.6%. 
NYSE:UCO November 12, 2012 1:32pm

A Look At The Commodity Industry In The United States (IYE, CHK, DVN, CVX, APC, APA, OXY)

Ryan Fuhrmann: According to the CIA World Fact Book, the United States operates the largest single-country economy in the world. Its gross domestic product for 2011 was estimated
NYSE:IEO November 4, 2012 11:05am

Why Oil Prices Can’t (and Won’t) Collapse (XLE, UCO, USO, CVX, XOM, COP)

Kent Moors: The markets opened again yesterday after the tragic storm across the East Coast.
NYSE:UCO November 1, 2012 11:48am

WTI Crude Oil & Oil Stocks Seasonality & Year-End Outlook (OIH, XLE, UCO, USO, CVX, XOM, COP)

Chris Vermeulen: Crude oil has had some large price swings this year and another one may be on its way. This report shows the seasonality of crude oil along with where oil is trading and what the oil service stocks are telling us is likely to happen going into year end.
NYSE:OIH October 31, 2012 10:53am

United States To Top Saudi Arabia’s Oil Production

Jared Cummans: Saudi Arabia has long been known as the world’s most dominant producer of crude oil, as the Middle East is rich with deposits of this fossil fuel. But the growth and rapid development of U.S. crude output has us on pace to dethrone Saudi Arabia in the not-so-distant future.
NYSE:FRAK October 25, 2012 5:15pm

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