Today's Energy and Capital
October 24th, 2014 - By Keith Kohl
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl comments on a breakthrough discovery for nuclear technology and how it could ignite a bull market for nuclear power...
When I was in the ninth grade, I had a physics teacher who was, by all accounts, an ex-federale.
That is, he had retired from “public service” and become a teacher to keep his mind sharp in his later years.
Although he never told us exactly what he did while working for the government, I always suspected it had to do with nuclear physics — or at least something to do with energy — since he talked about it all the time...
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Analysis and Opinion
McDonald's is looking to sell more organic food to keep its customers. This is a horrible idea.
Energy and Capital editor Alex Martinelli clears up some of the misconceptions on fracking versus conventional drilling.
Energy and Capital editor Alex Martinelli delves into the differences between natural gas and propane prices, and describes how these commodities are the future of our grid.
There's a law that makes it illegal for you to participate in pre-IPO investing in the biggest gaining companies in history. Find out how this law works and how you can dodge its effects by taking one simple step.
Energy Investment ReportsNatural Gas Investments
Keith Kohl gives readers a few of his favorite natural gas investments.
Energy and Capital's water investment primer.
Natural Gas Price Forecast
View Keith's Kohl's forecast for natural gas prices.
Energy Investment Resources
Don't Let the Fed Dictate the Quality of Your Life
There's a law that makes it illegal for you to participate in pre-IPO investing in the biggest gaining companies in history. Find out how this law works and how you can dodge its effects by taking one simple step. » Read more
Renewables and Alternative Energy
+ Investing in the Solar Bull Market
Energy and Capital editor Alex Martinelli discusses a small energy company claiming they have developed solar panels cheaper than natural gas. » Read more
+ Crude Oil Outlook 2015
Energy and Capital editor Alex Martinelli clears up some of the misconceptions on fracking versus conventional drilling. » Read more
A New Way to Solve Europe's Gas Crisis
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl shows a potential short-term solution to Europe's gas dispute with Russia that could be a boon to investors. » Read more
Profit from the Fall
After a couple of record years in 2011 and 2012, the price of corn has fallen off the table. The smart farmers are the ones who can grow and prosper in good times and bad. » Read more
Natural Gas Investing
Nothing Burns Like the Cold
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl takes a look down the road at what's ahead for natural gas in 2015. » Read more
Modern Energy Report
5 Solar Stocks to Own for 2015
As 2016 rapidly approaches, marking the expiration of the solar Investment Tax Credit, 2015 could be the biggest year yet for solar investors. » Read more
Grid Parity Blog
Wind Stocks Surge
Investors have been staying far away from wind power in the last few years, but some of these wind stocks may be undervalued... » Read more
Electricity and Efficiency
EPA Puts an End to Coal
New regulations for coal-fired power plants are expected to be announced next week. Here's what it means for you and your portfolio... » Read more