The Commodity Wave
As an asset class, commodities have always been like Rodney Dangerfield; they can’t get any respect.
Gold Down, Gas Up as Sandy Strikes
Commodities are trading lightly, with demand for gold likely to shift next month, experts say.
EU Sanctions Iranian Oil, Gas
EU governments hit Iran with new sanctions on its oil and gas and toughened some that were already in place on the country’s banks.
Food Prices Likely to Stay Higher
The effects of droughts in the U.S. and Russia that have driven food prices higher are likely to last for the next six months, according to the U.N., and the global food market will be in “short supply mode.”
Energy Prices Headed Up: T. Boone Pickens
Natural gas and crude oil prices should increase somewhat over the next six months, the billionaire energy investor says.
Portfolio Fix: MLPs and Positive Returns
Savvy financial advisors know that these days of high market volatility and low interest rates demand strategic thinking to help clients reap fruitful investment returns.
Steady Returns for a Wealth of Investment Strategies
I’s been a year of contrasts in the U.S. energy business.
Oil, the Dollar and the Election
The price of crude oil has fallen and gasoline prices have followed suit. What's behind this recent move?
4 Ways to Cash In on Today’s Market: Wells Fargo Outlook
There are ways to take advantage of today's market and economic uncertainty, according to strategists from Wells Fargo Advisors.
Indian Firms Scorn Insurance Sanctions on Iranian Oil
Indian shipping companies have said they will continue to carry Iranian crude oil despite sanctions that will leave them with potential risk exposure due to limited insurance coverage.