The only trade that's worked consistently is to buy independents.
The companies profiting from the energy revolution are still some of the best investments out there.
The energy trade is still riddled with speed bumps.
It's part of a group that is just going to go higher.
Spiraling energy costs are refueling interest in Japan and the U.S.
Goodrich Petroleum's stock could be volatile in the short term.
Take, for instance, my simple attempt to dig into Harvest Natural.
Here's how I'd trade it. Also, a quick play on Trina Solar.
Policymakers may pay generators to hold on to nuclear and upgrade coal.
I don't see meaningful increases in oil or natural gas.

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