Energy & Commodities

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The Energy Market's Most Controversial CEO (It's Not Who You Think)

When you swing for the fences, sometimes you miss.

by David Sterman | July 16, 2010
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Shares of this U.S. Nuclear Energy Company get a Bounce from China

An un-loved commodity play moves into the spotlight.

by David Sterman | July 12, 2010
Carla Pasternak's picture
The Best Way to Earn Income from Gold

In the past few months, many readers have emailed asking if it's possible to find high yields from gold. Today we address that question -- and you might be surprised to know the answer...

by Carla Pasternak | July 09, 2010
Mike Turner's picture
A Perfect Trade for a Tough Market

It doesn't take a pro to see that the next couple of months could be ugly in the market. Luckily, we've found just the right fund for a tough market.

by Mike Turner | July 08, 2010
David Sterman's picture
The Time is Right for This Sector

A confluence of events sets the stage for a renaissance in this beaten-down industry.

by David Sterman | July 06, 2010
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Euphoria Fades, but this China Play is for Real

Over the long-term, this industry should clearly benefit from shifting currencies.

by David Sterman | June 22, 2010
Andy Obermueller's picture
Bringing Fresh Water to Billions... For $4 Per Share

The need for fresh water is only going to increase, and that means opportunity for well-placed investors. I've found one tiny company that looks likely to lead the charge in bringing clean water to the billions that need it.

by Andy Obermueller | June 21, 2010
David Sterman's picture
China's Currency Move: Who wins and Who loses

Change will be very gradual, but should create new headwinds and tailwinds over time.

by David Sterman | June 21, 2010
Mike Turner's picture
Buy this Miner for a Potential +37.7% Profit

If there has ever been a time to be in gold, this looks to be one of them.

by Mike Turner | June 21, 2010
Ryan Fuhrmann's picture
How to Profit from BP's Demise

The spill in the Gulf of Mexico is an unmitigated disaster and has sent the entire oil industry into a tailspin. Rather than take on BP and its extremely uncertain risk profile, investors will be better served by investing in one of BP's undervalued archrivals...

by Ryan Fuhrmann | June 18, 2010