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Vermilion Energy posted record production levels and cash flows in the first quarter and the company's president Anthony Marino expects the strong operating results to continue.
Amassing a billion dollars in the market may be close to impossible, but investors can beat the S&P by tracking the portfolios of billionaire investors, says Raul Moreno, CEO of iBillionaire.
Author Russell Gold says the land grab is close to over because the shale deposits have been discovered, yet the fracking revolution is still young and could go on for decades.
Higher natural gas prices due to the cold snap are not helping the pipeline owners but they are impacting E&P players, says Skip Aylesworth, Portfolio Manager of the Hennessy Gas Utility Index Fund.
John Maynard Keynes is best known for his economic theories, but he was also a well-known and successful value investor, says John Wasik, author of "Keynes's Way to Wealth".
Volkswagen is going to acquire Tesla and Twitter's shares will fall by 70% as a disruptive competitor appears on the scene, says Real Money Contributor Doug Kass. Those are just some of his surprises for 2014.
Forbes is out with its third annual 30 Under 30 today, a list highlighting the brightest stars in 15 different fields under the age of 30.
While oil prices fluctuate on Syria headlines, Spartan Commodity Partners' Alan Harry tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux what you're missing.
Profit problems at Chevron & Exxon are due to mismanagement and market manipulation, says Ray Learsy, author of Ruminations on the Distortion of Oil Prices and Crony Capitalism.
Whitney Tilson, author of The Art of Value Investing, says a streamlined AIG is being valued for the troubled company it used to be.
When it comes to the stock market, index funds are generally the smartest decision, Daniel Kahneman, Nobel prize winner in economics and author of Thinking, Fast And Slow, tells Gregg Greenberg.
Despite the flurry of high profile SEC cases, Wall Street's biggest hitters remain untouchable, Jonathan Macey, author of The Death of Corporate Reputation, tells Gregg Greenberg.
This recent laggard looks set for a turnaround, making it a good value at current levels.
The key to getting rich is buying cheap stocks and avoiding Wall Street's 'wealth extraction machine', Phil DeMuth, author of The Affluent Investor, tells Gregg Greenberg.