Canadian energy stocks are playing serious catch up to their American cousins this year. And I think that should continue through 2014—Canada is the Best to Invest in energy for the first time in 2-3 years. Last year, everybody’s money was going into US stocks—in almost all industries. Energy...
...Let me tell you what that means By Donald Dony Sector rotation is the normal evolution of different industry groups to a recovering and expanding economy.  It is also affected by investors trying to anticipation this expansion. Chart 1 illustrates the usual rise and fall of different key industry groups.   In a bear...
By Richard Reinhard and Keith Schaefer Currency movements affect the prices of oil and gas stocks as much as commodity prices. And I think there is an increasing likelihood a mix of slightly rising oil prices and a steady to lower Canadian dollar could result in a big jump in...
What’s the biggest lesson retail investors need to learn to increase profits in these markets? It’s knowing how and when to trade volatility. The professionals say trading volatility really is the only way to make money in a flat to down market, which the energy sector (especially the juniors!) has gone through since...
The Coming Energy Infrastructure Overcapacity Glut October 1, 2015 By: Bill Powers When free money is thrown at any part of the energy industry for a long enough length of time, the natural boom bust cycle can be taken to extremes and massive distortions can develop. Due to unprecedented access to all forms...
By Dave Blais Despite the recent bounce back in the precious metals sector in the past several days, I am electing to remain in an all-cash position, on the sidelines. As readers of my blog know, I sold all my gold and silver stocks before Christmas. The reason for my stance...
The SmartGrid is here to redefine how we generate, deliver, and pay for electricity—and that will be a big opportunity for energy investors in 2016. The SmartGrid will help utilities reduce demand among their customer base during the very expensive peak periods, and cost-effectively increase their use of renewable energy. The...
Trading mistakes.  Looking back on 2015, I made the same ones! (Visual—bang head against wall repeatedly).  I’m going to tell you what I did wrong and what I did right in 2015, and where I see The Big Money being made in energy in 2016. The key to investing of...