Posted March 15, 2013
In the Asia-Pacific, 75% of nations do not have water security. And it's this that could give a number of water stocks a boost...
Posted March 11, 2013
U.K. coal mines are shutting down, and this could open a new opportunity for coal miners in the United States...
Posted February 14, 2013
After being pushed down by low natural gas prices, coal-fired power generation is growing again, and it could continue to do so if natural gas prices climb...
Posted January 25, 2013
U.S. uranium production is low and international supplies will soon decrease. But one Texas company is exploring a process that could turn that around...
Posted January 9, 2013
With an abundance of coal pushing down prices, the European gas market would not be viable unless coal prices grew $80.
Posted November 28, 2012
Instead of using factories, production lines, multiple pieces of million-dollar equipment, and then shipping products around the globe... these companies make printers that manufacture almost any product imaginable.
Posted November 23, 2012
Editor Keith Kohl shows readers how investors are turning a profit in the coal sector.
Posted November 9, 2012
A closer look at coal's post-election sell-off — and how investors can limit their risk.
Posted September 19, 2012
Why is a piece of sixty-four-year-old cardboard worth so much money? The obvious answer is that it's worth what someone is willing to pay.
Posted September 17, 2012
The U.S. shale boom was applauded by domestic automakers, who foresee a shift in transportation fuel...
Posted August 13, 2012
Spain actually has the highest rate of home ownership in the euro zone after Estonia and Slovakia. Even higher than the US. Here is a lesson in how to sell properties in Spain.
Posted July 21, 2012
Saying there's plenty of oil is like saying the integrity of LIBOR is fine.
Posted April 28, 2012
If you start when you're 20, you can double your money well before retirement with just a 2% return. Fortunately, the energy sector can deliver both explosive gains and guaranteed long-term returns...
Posted April 23, 2012
What was the real takeaway from the Summit of Americas Conference? Obama, hookers, booze, coke-filled sex orgies!
Posted April 19, 2012
Shrinking domestic demand, brought on by strict U.S. regulations and competition from cheap natural gas, coupled with dwindling European imports, has caused many U.S. coal sellers to mark Asia as their new primary consumer market.