May 22nd, 2015 - By Keith Kohl
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl discusses what's going to happen to oil prices and how investors should prepare. ..
Recall early last year when oil prices were around $100 per barrel...
Oil prices sent shares higher than they'd been in years, and individual investors who raked in gain after gain were thrilled.
Shale oil stocks such as Continental Resources (NYSE: CLR) took the markets by storm and crushed the run-of-the-mill “Big Oil” stocks that Wall Street has shoved down our throats for decades:
Continue: Higher Oil Prices Prop Up U.S. Shale
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Energy and Capital editor talks about the Petroplex, widely considered the most prolific oil-producing region in the history of the United States' oil industry, and shows readers why they can thank the Petroplex for low gasoline prices.
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