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
It Sounds Silly, but Oil Prices Are Going Up Now Because They Stopped Going Down
We are seeing a short-covering rally, not a fundamental shift.
'Safe Haven' Stocks? With Rising Interest Rates, Maybe Not
A rising tide lifts all boats - but a rising interest rate is more selective.
The Largest Fines Issued by the European Commission Before Google's $2.7 Billion Whopper
The EU hasn't shied away from levying major fines in the past.
GM's Cautious Tone Sets Auto Parts Stocks Rising
Auto parts sellers could profit as more used cars hit the road.
Soon There Will Be Another Way to Invest In China's $3 Trillion E-Commerce Industry
The company has grown alongside the e-commerce industry.
Energy Transfer's Pipeline Spill Problem Is Causing It Another Headache
Should Energy Transfer's checkered environmental record be of concern to shareholders?
Why Buying Bonds In Retirement Is A Losing Strategy
Retirees shouldn't be afraid of the stock market.
With Amazing Accuracy This Stat May Predict How Stock Prices Will Perform in Trump's First Year
First-quarter results are an overwhelming bellwether, says Fisher Investments founder Ken Fisher.
Why The Swamp's Fight With Trump Might Be Great For Markets
'The president will be able to get done less than some people hope and other people fear.'