Tucker Higgins

Tucker Higgins is a business reporting fellow for the Dow Jones News Fund covering energy. He graduated from the College of William and Mary in May with a degree in international relations. Before working at TheStreet, Tucker had written for Buyouts Insider and New York Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter and Instagram @tuckerhiggins.

Recent Articles By The Author

Aramco CEO Sees Oil Supply Falling, Which Is Convenient For One Company

Aramco CEO Sees Oil Supply Falling, Which Is Convenient For One Company

The executive said a shortage of new discoveries and paltry investment could combine to reduce the global oil supply.

Green Energy Is Threatening to Cripple Many Utilities

Green Energy Is Threatening to Cripple Many Utilities

The market for electricity consumption is changing, and for many utilities, now may be the time to adapt or die.

Volvo Isn't the Only Car Maker That Isn't Keen on Gasoline

Volvo Isn't the Only Car Maker That Isn't Keen on Gasoline

The company is doing away with internal combustion. Can it make a profit?

7 Cheap Electric Cars You Can Buy Right Now Instead of a $35,000 Tesla Model 3

7 Cheap Electric Cars You Can Buy Right Now Instead of a $35,000 Tesla Model 3

Tesla isn't the only game in town.

Dow Sputters After Intraday High on Eve of Independence Day

Dow Sputters After Intraday High on Eve of Independence Day

The markets were led by the energy and financial sectors Monday.

Dow Pops to Record High as Trading Volumes Flag Before July 4 Holiday

Dow Pops to Record High as Trading Volumes Flag Before July 4 Holiday

The S&P 500 failed to keep pace with the Dow, and the Nasdaq actually declined.

Stock Futures Rise Ahead of July 4 Break, U.S. Car Sales Data

Stock Futures Rise Ahead of July 4 Break, U.S. Car Sales Data

Monday looks to be a quiet trading day.

Even Tech Stocks Aren't Safe as Consumer Confidence Hits Post-Election Lows

Even Tech Stocks Aren't Safe as Consumer Confidence Hits Post-Election Lows

The "Trump Trade" may all have been based on a "mirage," and investors now seem to be shying away from even the safehaven FAANG stocks including Facebook, Amazon and Netflix.

Analyst Says Airlines Could Take Off In Third Quarter

Analyst Says Airlines Could Take Off In Third Quarter

Delta and Southwest may be the biggest winners.