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Mea Culpa: Noble Corp. Isn't the Worst Oil Stock in the World

Senior energy consultant Dan Dicker admits it -- he was wrong about Noble Corp.

Oil Prices Aren’t Likely to Recover Soon, and That’s Bad for Stocks

The oil market has been oversupplied since 2012. Here's what that means for stock prices.

Why Oil's Collapse Is So Dangerous for Stocks -- and the Economy

While low oil and gas prices might be good for consumers, really low oil prices are usually a harbinger of terrible outcomes for the stock market -- and the economy.

This Oil Market Is Crazy -- and It Could Get a Lot Worse

This is just like 2008, but in reverse: Nothing fundamental can explain an oil market now trading under $30 a barrel.

Dicker on 2016 Oil Prices -- Brace Yourself for a Mostly Horrible Year

Oil prices for 2016 look nearly as hopeless as prices for 2015. But don't think oil won't be moving quite a bit -- and the oil stocks with it.

Why Solar Energy Stocks Are Poised to Shine in 2016

What's an investor to do with oil and gas prices so low? Dan Dicker, energy contributor for TheStreet.com, says consider solar stocks.

Solar Stocks Like First Solar Poised to Shine in 2016

Dan Dicker, energy contributor for thestreet.com, talks with Rhonda Schaffler about the outlook for solar stocks in the coming year.

Dicker on 2016 Oil Prices - A Repeat of 2015 - Mostly Horrible

The outlook for oil prices in the coming year could look a lot like it did in 2015, mostly horrible.

Ending the Crude Export Ban Will Be Disastrous -- and So Ironic

The CEOs who have been seeking the ban's end for two years are the same ones who produced the current oil glut and low prices.

Where Should You Invest if OPEC Pushes Oil Price Down to $20?

Dan Dicker, TheStreet's energy contributor, views the outcome of the OPEC meeting and the continuing price reaction in the market. Where should you invest? The list is very short.

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