Global oil consumption has bounced quite a bit and yet is still below pre-COVID levels. But here's what no one is talking about.
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.
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.
What OPEC and markets are not set up for is pure demand destruction.
Here we'll compare oil stocks: Exxon Mobil vs. Chevron.
Here's how traders could approach the long side of ENB.
Natural gas is the ideal transition fuel for a lower carbon future -- your portfolio should reflect that reality.
We live in an age of information overload and bias. Here's where I go to stay informed to make good decisions.
Amid the darkness in the market, I see energy as a bright spot for a trade.
Many U.S. companies could see their earnings dinged by unfavorable exchange rates, which would hurt their share prices.
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.
BP slashed its dividend because of the pandemic, but the stock is still offering an attractive 5.3% dividend yield, with a solid payout ratio of only 40%.
Let's see why the rally can keep going for oil and natural gas and look at that striking Diamondback Energy buyback.
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.
Some investors may be shying away from stocks like OXY but if there is a successful trade to be made we should consider it.
I have said over and over again that September is the cruelest month and it's playing out that way. Here's how I see it and how to position now.
And now, coal is back.
Investors should take advantage of the recent correction of PSX and lock in its yield before the market appreciates the virtues of the stock.
Right now you don't have to worry about the doomsday scenario.
Let's look at crude and natural gas amid the dollar's move toward this key level.
The movements of oil, copper and the Australian dollar indicate the global economy may be in worse shape than anticipated.
I believe the U.S is heading for a fall, and that will obviously impact the financial markets. Here's how I would get positioned.
These guys are aware that the U.S. was energy independent less than a year and a half ago, right?
These hypothetical examples of option spreads are intended to encourage traders to consider the possibilities beyond the norm.
If the market is really as tight as the analysts claim, then why is the price not moving much higher?