Here's why I still see energy and other essentials -- including coal and land -- as hot opportunities.
The factors driving climate change are not easily quantified, or reflected in short-term market moves, though their long-term effects are pretty clear.
The earth's oil supply is only going in one direction -- down -- and here's what that means for investors.
Prices could very well stay elevated for a long time despite the economy going into a manufacturing recession.
Let's look at several energy plays and see which is burning for a trade.
Here's how to play Peabody Energy as it looks like it could fire up over $25.
It could swing past the point where things look normal or OK to a point where things look bad again.
Let's check the charts to see where we can expect oil prices to flow.
Just when is the Federal Reserve going to reduce the cash slosh, anyway?
The Strive U.S. Energy exchange-traded fund is billed as an anti-ESG ETF. Let's see how it stacks up against the similar Energy Select SPDR Fund.