Exploiting Attractive Resources
Natural gas continues to attract favorable attention as a key energy source for the United States. To better understand what trends are affecting the market for natural gas and stock in the sector, we turned to four industry experts.
On the Road to Independence
The dream of energy independence for the United States of America is fast becoming a reality.
How to Capitalize on Shale Gas Trend: A Top Manager’s Favorite Plays
The shale gas revolution is not expected to peak until 2040, a new study confirms. The T. Rowe Price New Era Fund's Tim Parker discussed how to make the most of it.
Midstream MLPs: Why They Are Attractive to Investors
We believe that Midstream MLPs are very attractive businesses, and we think investors should allocate a portion of their portfolios to this asset class.
Full Speed Ahead for Midstream MLPs
The role of natural gas as an energy source continues to expand as the United States moves toward energy independence.
Will Gold Lose Its Luster in 2013? Commodities Outlook
Many analysts are generally bullish on commodities for 2013, expecting rises in precious-metals prices, but the World Bank disagrees with the consensus.
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.”