Posts Tagged ‘gas’

Why Oil And Gas Prices Won’t Be This Cheap For Long

October 20th, 2014

oil gasChad Shoop: The consumer is celebrating the drastic drop in gas prices at the pump. More than six states have reported an average price lower than $3 and prices are still falling. Crude oil slipped below $80 a barrel during trading yesterday, Read more…


Inflation? Only If You Look At Food, Water, Gas, Electricity And Everything Else

July 3rd, 2014

inflationHave you noticed that prices are going up rapidly?  If so, you are certainly not alone.  But Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen, the Obama administration and the mainstream media would have us believe that inflation is completely under control and exactly where it should be.  Read more…


A Bullish Trend In The Oil and Gas Exploration ETF (XOP)?

June 24th, 2014

sellbuyMorpheus Trading: Our current long position in S&P Oil & Gas Exploration (NYSEARCA:XOP) from a $77 entry on June 5 continues to push higher, holding on to a short-term and steep uptrend line on the daily chart below. Read more…


Why More Oil And Gas Are Coming Out Of U.S. Shale Than Any Other Place In The World

January 13th, 2014

fracking shale gas: The United States is the undisputed leader in shale gas and oil exploration and production (E&P). But that’s not because we have the most recoverable shale resources under our Read more…


Positive 2014 Outlook For Oil and Gas

October 24th, 2013

oil gasJames C. West, lead oil services and drilling analyst at Barclays Capital, sees incredible growth ahead for oil production (NYSEARCA:XLE) around the world. Read more…


How To Profit From The Record Bakken Oil Haul

October 21st, 2013

book-profitsJohn Whitefoot: There’s more to the Bakken in North Dakota and Montana and the tar sands in Alberta than oil. Oil may be the primary opportunity for most investors, but there are a number of interesting secondary and tertiary investing platforms to consider. Read more…


Middle East Tensions, Oil Prices and The U.S. Economy

August 29th, 2013

economyTensions and the humanitarian disaster in much of the Middle East have continued to worsen over the last several weeks, with United States forces now standing ready to move into Syria, and Egypt’s future looking increasingly unsure. Read more…


What Could Fuel Higher Natural Gas Prices

June 6th, 2013

natural-gas-runup1Tony Daltorio: Natural gas prices have been on the rise in 2013. One of the major contributing factors for the rise, and one that will push gas prices even higher in the years ahead, has been singled out by Money Morning Global Energy Strategist, Read more…


The U.S. Energy-Independence Fantasy, Part I: Demand

May 19th, 2013

oil gasJeff Nielson: In the 21st century Corporate Media, where “black is white” and “up is down”; perverse reporting of economic data is par for the course. However, nowhere will one find a larger Read more…


A Winning Natural Gas Strategy (UNG)

March 21st, 2013

naturalgasmoneyKent Moors:  On Saturday, I outlined why natural gas prices were moving up. Read more…


Dow Jones Industrial Average Warning: Why Stocks Could Fall 50% From Here

March 1st, 2013

warningChris Martenson: I don’t relish the job of constantly pointing out the risks to the equity markets. But since few on Wall Street seem willing (or able) to do this, I’m “making the call” for a market correction, as enough variables have aligned to indicate a high likelihood of stocks heading Read more…


The Best Months Lie Ahead For The Energy Sector (USO, XLE, UNG, UCO, COP, CHK, CVX)

February 12th, 2013

bullish buyFrank Holmes: During the current commodity supercycle, there have been occasions-too many to count-when investor psyche has been damaged by reports about slowing U.S. growth, a hard landing Read more…


Why Gasoline Prices Will Continue Higher (UGA, UHN, USO, HES)

February 11th, 2013

gasoline pricesBen Gersten: The average price of gas in the United States is still below the 2012 average of $3.63 for a gallon of regular, but that won’t be true for long. Read more…


Truth About $6 Gas, $200 Oil & The Quest For Energy Independence (USO, UGA, XLE, UNG, XOM, CVX, COP)

March 29th, 2012

Jason Simpkins:  No one needs to tell the average American about the impact of oil and gas prices. If they don’t feel it in their wallets every day, they hear about it on the news every night.  But surprisingly, amid all the rhetoric, there have been no real answers to some of the key questions driving the energy Read more…


Looking At The China Metals Play (ALUM, AA, ACH, FCX, SCCO, ABX, JJC)

February 29th, 2012

Jim Trippon:  The financial media has hammered home the theme that the global economic slowdown will persist for awhile. Given the sobering state of Europe, as well as what has been a sluggish though improving recovery in the US, it makes sense. The other corollary to the global slowdown has been the Read more…


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