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Energy trader Dan Dicker offers his stock picks for the new year.
The U.S. is on the way to becoming a net exporter of gasoline. That's good news for our nation, but not so great for oil majors and refiners.
Here's why it's impossible to understand gold.
A canceled expansion by Saudi Aramco shows nontraditional oil production is having the desired effect. A handful of companies represent market plays in this growing field.
Several factors are behind the upward pressure in oil prices. Mid-cap exploration and production stocks stand to gain the most.
Although driven in part by strong fundamentals, the October rally was overblown. More punishment is likely.
Sure, West Texas Intermediate crude oil has spiked recently. But that increase isn't related to the deaths of Moammar Gadhafi in Libya and Sultan bin Abdulaziz in Saudi Arabia.
Daniel Dicker says the proposed CFTC rule will fail to curb financial speculation in the oil markets.
Forget about this summer's 'commodity crumble.' A look at crude prices shows that oil majors such as Exxon Mobil and Chevron will deliver strong third-quarter earnings.
Investor fears of a sovereign debt crisis are out of sync with reality. As a result, fair value, particularly for oil service stocks, is hard to come by.