Oil & Energy Archive
Demand for energy isn’t just constant, it’s rising on a global scale. That makes energy one of the most dynamic sectors in the market.
It also makes it one of the most profitable. Traders have pocketed millions of dollars exploiting volatility in the oil market with timely options bets. And companies like ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM) and Royal Dutch Shell (NYSE: RDS.A) have delivered huge returns to shareholders, through both capital gains and consistent dividend payouts.
The stories below cover the most promising opportunities in this turbocharged market.
By Louis Basenese - Jan 22nd, 2013
Uranium prices fell about 30% in the immediate aftermath of the tragedy in Japan, and have been slowly trending lower ever since. But we could be approaching an important inflection point. More »
By Wall Street Daily Research - Dec 31st, 2012
Thanks to new research from Celtic Renewables, whiskey is going to be good for something other than helping you celebrate the New Year. More »
By Louis Basenese - Dec 31st, 2012
As 2012 comes to a close, let’s take a moment to reflect on the top five myths we busted this year. More »
By Louis Basenese - Dec 28th, 2012
Friday Charts have become the most popular weekly edition of Wall Street Daily. Here are the five articles our readers liked most this year. More »
By Louis Basenese - Dec 17th, 2012
People can “go green” all they want. After all, America is still the land of the free. But I just don’t recommend that investors do it. More »
By Wall Street Daily Research - Nov 13th, 2012
The IEA predicts that the United States will become the world’s largest oil producer by 2017. And by 2035, the United States will be almost energy self-sufficient. More »
By Louis Basenese - Nov 12th, 2012
Oil supplies and production are actually rising. And so are America’s prospects for energy independence. More »
By Karim Rahemtulla - Oct 26th, 2012
This video describes why there couldn't be a better time to be standing on the frontline of the energy market. More »