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Big oil companies are moving with growing urgency to develop clean energy sources.
Natural gas related companies offer much better plays for alternatvie-fuel minded investors.
There's an easy way investors can hedge their exposure to Tesla.
Shares of Clean Energy Fuels are climbing in early trading on Tuesday after the company announced it has opened two America's Natural Gas Highway stations.
But the State of the Union speech is simply not investable these days.
The natural-gas boom and its after-effects tell us that good news is good news.
This should help the economy but make it tough for power producers
Jim Cramer looks at why the transition to nat gas vehicles could be happening now, with Mad Money Research Director Nicole Urken.
Jim Cramer looks at why many stocks are becoming increasingly green, with Mad Money Research Director Nicole Urken.
The industry looks to stay in inning one for some time to come.
If the stock doesn't find some bidders at this key level, it's going a lot lower.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Waste Management, Cheniere Energy, and Berkshire Hathaway.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Clean Energy, Clean Harbors, and Apple.
China needs our plentiful natural gas, and Chart Industries is in position to benefit.
Two down days in a row would have me looking to lock in some gains in this highflier.
I'm continuing to watch recent initial public offerings and secondaries quite closely.
The flippers are hitting this open pretty hard. That said, the bulls haven't given up yet.
If you don't embrace natural gas in government you will be overtaken by events.
Will someone, anyone, in Washington please step up and make the conversion to natural gas a priority?
We have natural gas and we have natural-gas engines. All we need is the will.
Given the minimal savings, the numbers involved in converting vehicles for natural gas use don't add up.
Instead of studying the failed-to-beat-the-street metric we should study what happens when you blow the quarter.