The Inflation Reduction Act contains about $430 billion in new spending, a big chunk of which goes toward clean energy.
Oil demand appears to be slipping as supply picks up, which indicates lower prices are ahead.
Here's what the longer-term picture looks like.
We'll be focused in particular on the underemployment numbers.
As energy is drained, someone told me this week how tech is now the long trade. Where have I heard that before? Also, let's look at the risks of the tech comeback.
Be careful about drawing a comparison with dry bulk shippers and hydrocarbon names. They're two completely different undertakings.
The charts of the diversified energy company tell a positive tale in advance of its fiscal third-quarter results.
Let's see how the charts are shaping up and whether ATO is a buy here.
It's hard to see stock valuations rising when inflation remains high and the economy appears headed for a recession if it isn't in one already.
The technical signals of the oil and gas producer are mixed.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
Let's check the charts and indicators.
Let's put the two side-by-side and see which will work in these recessionary times.
Let's answer a question from a subscriber about the Invesco Solar ETF.
Let's check the charts and indicators again.
The technical signs of the provider of fuel cell products were improving even ahead of climate legislation that now appears to be moving forward.
We're in a recession and this is not a time to get into what are essentially big-tech ad companies like Meta. Here's what to do instead.
Small surprise, then, that oil prices are declining and so are oil-related equities as market fundamentals win out.
Let's check out the charts and devise a trading strategy.
Here's how to approach this energy name as it's slated to report quarterly earnings.
Here's how the oil services stock is shaping up before earnings.
As we begin the third full week of trading in the back half of 2022, these issues should be receiving greater play.
Plus, watch Russia's moves in the oil market and keep an eye on the impact of Alphabet's big stock split.
Watch these key price levels.
Fossil fuels are currently in the headlines, but the quest for clean energy remains in place.
Here's what traders need to know.
We have a new longer-term price target.
Let's check the charts of PLUG to see why investors can expect some upside.
From one logic-defying FOMC statement to the next, I'm not sure what I'm even reading at this point. But I do know how I'm investing.