Posted November 25, 2019
Mark Twain was many things before he was the most celebrated author in American history. But there's one thing Mark Twain was not: a good investor. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess tells you what you can learn from Twain's mistakes.
Posted November 22, 2019
Heliogen, a private clean energy company headed by billionaire “Bond King” Bill Gross, has largely been operating in secret. But covert operations ended Tuesday when the company issued a press release. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess gives the details.
Posted November 21, 2019
By every estimate, sales of internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles are set to continue increasing for the next decade or so. But by around 2030, ICE vehicle sales are forecast to peak and then rapidly decline. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess explains why investors should have some exposure to electric vehicles.
Posted November 20, 2019
If we were to ask you what the biggest oil-producing states were, we'd bet a few of them immediately pop into your head... but probably not this one. Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl shows readers where an unlikely oil boom is taking place.
Posted November 19, 2019
Royal Dutch Shell used the new IMO 2020 rules designed to reduce shipping pollution to make a fortune. And you can, too. Energy and Capital editor Christian DeHaemer shows you how.
Posted November 18, 2019
For over a century, there's been one sector that has completely dominated the energy market: electricity. And it looks set to dominate for another hundred years. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess review's the IEA's latest report and explains why solar could be a major solution in the years ahead...
Posted November 15, 2019
Global oil demand is forecast to reach a record-setting 100 million barrels per day next year. And while America will remain the world's largest producer and consumer of both crude oil and natural gas, Americans only use a little over 20% of the world's energy supply. Luke Burgess highlights the top three foreign energy stocks for 2020.
Posted November 14, 2019
Beauty has an interesting way of distracting us from truth. Certainly this can be the case with wealth creation. Sometimes you might see a stock that looks absolutely beautiful, but nine times out of 10, underneath all the beauty is nothing of value. Energy and Capital editor Jeff Siegel tells readers how to focus on the money.
Posted November 13, 2019
Forget light speed; Iran went straight to ludicrous speed. Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl shows readers why Iran's massive oil discovery last weekend turned out to be a dud.
Posted November 12, 2019
The solar market is maturing. That's why SunPower (NASDAQ: SPWR), one of the largest solar panel manufacturers in America, recently decided to split the company into two separate entities.
Posted November 12, 2019
Energy and Capital editor Christian DeHaemer discusses the things he learned at the MetCoke Summit 2019 in Nashville. And one major takeaway was that no one knows what will happen with the IMO 2020 sulfur cap. He tells investors how to profit.
Posted November 11, 2019
Energy will remain among the safest and most profitable markets for long-term investors. Population growth, global urbanization, and economic development will continue to be primary factors driving world energy demand higher over the next several decades.
Posted November 8, 2019
It's crazy out there. We all know it, but few people seem to be doing anything about it. Mounting political, social, and economic problems seem to be reaching an inflection point. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess says it's time to buy gold.
Posted November 7, 2019
Whether it's with your personal relationships, your career goals, or your investment strategies, life is very difficult if you’re not flexible enough to adapt to new challenges and unfamiliar conditions. Energy and Capital editor Jeff Siegel suspects this is what makes some of the world’s most successful investors so stinking rich.
Posted November 6, 2019
Whenever winter weather starts to settle in, natural gas investors breathe a slight sigh of relief. But should they? Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl takes a closer look at what's in store for natural gas markets in 2020 and which direction prices will trend.