Dive into physical trading of U.S.natural gas? Why not? For Goldman it looks like a savvy and lucrative move.
By Rick Pendergraft | May 12, 2016
While it's not strictly an energy company, BHP Billiton stock has tended to move more in sync with the energy sector than basic materials – until recently.
By Tony Daltorio | May 12, 2016
U.S. Steel shares are up more than 100% year-to-date, but huge overcapacity in China's steel industry continues to weigh on the global steel market.
By Bob Ciura | Apr 21, 2016
The coal industry was dealt another lump last week when Peabody Energy filed for bankruptcy. Still, one coal company could be a compelling deep-value play.
By Rick Pendergraft | Mar 31, 2016
The charts of the SPDR Gold Trust and Market Vectors Gold Miners show differences that give me a preference for gold.
By Tony Daltorio | Mar 22, 2016
Unusually high sea temperatures have led to toxic algae blooms that have decimated salmon farms in Chile. But that's good news for Norwegian salmon farmers.
By Tony Daltorio | Mar 15, 2016
After being scorned for so long, why has gold suddenly become precious again? First and foremost: central banks.
By Bob Ciura | Mar 14, 2016
The price of copper has rallied since the beginning of the year, but copper stocks remain a very risk investment.
By Tony Daltorio | Mar 10, 2016
With the very sharp rebound in the prices of many commodities recently, the Canadian stock market has quickly gone from chump to champ.
By Rick Pendergraft | Feb 4, 2016
Gold prices have been stuck in a downtrend, falling from an all-time high of $1,923.70 in September 2011 to below $1,050 an ounce in December 2015.