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These renewable energy favorites include nuclear, hydrogen, wind, and solar stocks, among others.
Supply is under pressure by exogenous factors and demand just keeps on truckin'. Here are names I would tap into.
But you'll be dealing with exchange rates, local elections, and all manner of other externalities.
The vaccine rollout has been bungled and the nation's in crisis, but you can either dwell on the negativity or look to ingenuity and opportunity. Here's where I see the latter.
PLUG is dedicated to making green hydrogen a legitimate fuel for vehicles that doesn't even leave a trace.
From Amazon to Zoom, here are my prognostications and best ideas for the new year.
Canadian company has maintained its dividend over the course of 2020 while many high-profile energy stocks have had to cut dividends.
European markets have been slumping for years, but the time for those countries to shine again may finally be around the corner.
The Fed has done a lot, and is willing to do even more, but for now, is watching Congress. The fiscal side is where the next shoe falls.
In the search for high-quality dividend stocks, investors might take their cues from legendary value investor Warren Buffett.
Now, with retailers and related companies set to report, we likely will see more logs tossed on the fire that is dividend suspensions and quarterly dividend cuts.
Market leadership may be lacking on Thursday despite rising trading volumes, plus an update on Apple, Microsoft, Mastercard, Amazon and Gilead.
Perhaps investors would be wise to invoke the Jim Cramer 'three day rule' where energy is concerned.
Joining the ranks of BlackRock and Microsoft, BP has come out with a plan to address climate change, and that gives it added appeal.
I don't think any of the takeaways have to do with the political mess in Iowa, nor the 'State of the Union' address scheduled for Tuesday night.
That's the question my wife asked me recently -- here's my answer.
It's no secret that the Fed would like to get out of the short-term repo business.
These names are poised to benefit from both longer-term sector trends as well as near-term geopolitical tensions.
What you have is a geopolitical event that markets were not positioned for.
This company made headlines in 2019, and I'm betting on it as a great play -- in many senses of the word -- for this new year.
Royal Dutch Shell offers over a 6% dividend yield and is in growth mode.
Looking for value? You will find opportunities across a variety of energy markets.
Chevron is a safe name in the oil and gas industry -- and offers a 4% yield.