Despite its rally, Royal Dutch Shell remains attractive thanks to its generous dividend and its expected 5-year total return.
As China looks to crack down on energy costs, look for buying opportunities.
SLB is back up near its June zenith.
As coal is in demand, let's check a trade in BTU.
Let's check out the charts and indicators ahead of the company's quarterly results.
The long-term prospects for coal are uncertain, but in the near term the shares of this trio of companies are hot due to strong demand for their product.
Not that long ago investors did not want to have energy names in their portfolio -- but things have changed.
Here's how increases in oil prices could lead to bigger gains in this exchange-traded fund.
The energy sector has been a top performer.
Energy stocks are hot this year. Is the winter set to only get warmer?
The market doesn't always behave according to its historical norm but the timing of this oil rally and the extent to which it has become overbought going into the seasonal peak is something to be aware of.
We have new price targets for LNG.
What OPEC and markets are not set up for is pure demand destruction.
Traders have been buying dips to the $25 area the past few months.
Here we'll compare oil stocks: Exxon Mobil vs. Chevron.
Rather than futures contracts, I usually stick with the companies.
Safe haven? Where is safe haven when U.S. Treasuries aren't really an option? Investors are swarming into the U.S. dollar and not much else.
Here's how traders could approach the long side of ENB.
There are two primary things to watch for during this selloff.
As energy strengthens, he's a play in Transocean LTD.
Natural gas is the ideal transition fuel for a lower carbon future -- your portfolio should reflect that reality.
Amid the darkness in the market, I see energy as a bright spot for a trade.
Energy is now making its way into the list of worries for economic growth -- but a surge in crude can also be an opportunity for investors.
Is this the real inflation scare? Let's see what's ahead for energy.
Spiking natural gas prices are an inevitable and inexorable result of government policies that demonize fossil fuels.
Let's check the charts and indicators.
Let's look at these wild, crypto-like moves in gas prices, what they mean, and why gas is not oil.
The current candidates for the 2022 Tax-Loss Selling Recovery Portfolio are few and far between, with only a couple households names in the bunch.
The shares of the developer of liquefied natural gas projects could rally again but do involve risk.
Some investors may be shying away from stocks like OXY but if there is a successful trade to be made we should consider it.