Streetwise Reports' Article Archives — May 2015 back to current month (5)
You may want to rethink those tickets to Hawaii, and instead spend the summer basking in the opportunities developing in three different sectors of the oil market. In this interview with The Energy Report, U.S. Global Resources Fund Manager Brian Hicks shares the names of the juniors that could benefit from the current volatility. Plus, he reveals the dramatic shift he made in the fund this year that allows him to get paid to wait for the market to catch fire.
U.S. shale oil producers have responded to the oil price collapse so quickly, and with such discipline, that they've shown they are able to turn production on and off as if with a light switch. As Keith Schaefer tells The Energy Report, that means it's time to be nimble, and to keep small positions until oil finds a stable new price level.
With crisis comes opportunity, as the saying goes, and Angelos Damaskos, principal adviser of the Junior Oils Trust, has capitalized on the panicked selloff of junior oil and gas companies to build positions in four promising names in Western Canada. In this interview with The Energy Report, he explains why oil prices could reach $75 per barrel in the near future, and why companies making good money now will make much more on the upswing, with great benefits to shareholders. In addition, he highlights two Australian companies with highly prospective projects.
How to Pick the Winners in the Keystone Debate (05/07/2015)
"There will be some big winners if the pipeline proceedsóbut a lot more will be either unaffected or potentially hurt by more oil sloshing into the U.S. market."
Renewable energy's days as the industry's disruptive stepchild are nearly over, says John McIlveen, senior vice president of Jacob Securities. Costs have fallen in recent years, making wind and solar competitive in a growing number of markets. In this interview with The Energy Report, McIlveen explains that 20-year take-or-pay contracts are turning renewable energy developers into steady, dividend-paying power producers, and he names the companies making the most of their opportunities.
|"TRCH is looking attractive here; it broke out of a base pattern."|
|"UGE is well on its way to a high-margin, recurring revenue stream."|