Energy Investing

Best Investments in Natural Gas: This New Demand Source Is Changing Everything

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As we have discussed on several occasions, there is a revolution occurring on the demand side in natural gas. No fewer than five major advances are hitting that will ramp up the requirements for this fuel source.

It's a development every investor should know about because it pushes new names on to the list of today's best investments in natural gas.

The Fed

The Best Investments Before the Fed QE Taper

Our inbox has been filling up with one big question from investors: "What are the best investments before the Fed QE taper occurs?"

The answer to this question has just altered dramatically, and here's why.

U.S. President Barack Obama yesterday (Wednesday) nominated U.S. Federal Reserve vice chairwoman Janet Yellen to replace Ben Bernanke as Fed chief.

Here's what to expect, so you can start planning ahead...

Investing Tips

The S&P 500's Point of "No Return"

If you're like most folks, there's a nagging fear at the edge of your brain that's trying desperately to make sense of what's happening each day the market drops further.

It's tough to control under normal circumstances, but even tougher to dismiss against the backdrop of Washington's infantile behavior.

Take a look...

The Fed

Who Is Janet Yellen, and What Will She Be Like as the Next Fed Chair?

U.S. President Barack Obama officially nominated Janet Yellen as the next Federal Reserve Chairman today (Wednesday).

Dow and S&P 500 futures immediately jumped late Tuesday on news the nomination was coming. A vote for Yellen suggests continuity, not change.

As Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald has said, "Yellen has never met a printing press she didn't like."

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Top News

How to Prepare for the Debt Ceiling Deadline: Oct. 17

Investors have started to hunt for how to prepare for the debt ceiling deadline since U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew put a date on the day the country will hit its borrowing limit.

"If we have insufficient cash on hand, it would be impossible for the United States of America to meet all of its obligations for the first time in history," Lew wrote in a letter to Congress sent Sept. 25, when he noted that Oct. 17 is the day we hit the debt ceiling.

you can take steps to protect yourself...

Energy Investing

How to Invest in Natural Gas Today

There's a new global capital shift that's affecting how to invest in natural gas today for maximum profit.

You see, there was a time when U.S. manufacturing companies invested heavily in the Middle East because of the region's low-cost energy sources.

Today, that money is coming back home.

International companies have noticed that the United States is a cheap source of natural gas. That's because the rise of hydraulic fracturing triggered a boom in U.S. natural gas production.

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The Fed

Janet Yellen as the Next Fed Chair: What That Means for Markets, Economy

Janet Yellen as the Next Fed Chair: Today (Wednesday), U.S. President Barack Obama will nominate Federal Reserve Vice Chairwoman Janet Yellen to replace Ben Bernanke as the head of the U.S. central bank.

If she clears a Senate nomination, Yellen would be the first woman to lead the Federal Reserve and arguably the most experienced Fed chair in decades, based on her extensive tenure at the central bank.

Wall Street will love Janet Yellen even more than Helicopter Ben...

Hot Stocks

Best Stocks to Buy Now: A Money Morning Weekly Wrap-Up

Amid closing the third quarter and kicking off the fourth, last week's best stocks to buy revolved around the government shutdown, the looming debt ceiling deadline, and the hotly anticipated Twitter IPO

September is historically the worst month for equities, but investors were mostly unscathed. The broad-based S&P 500 Index rose 3% in September and 4.7% in Q3. The Dow added 1.5% in the third quarter and is up 15.5% for the year.

As Q4 gets under way, many investors have retreated to avoid giving up gains, pulling $1.3 billion out of equity funds last week. Bond and commodity funds were also walloped with redemptions.

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Government shutdown

The Government Shutdown's Long-Term Effects

The political temper tantrum known as the government shutdown is now a week old, the rhetoric is heating up, and there's no sign that the peace pipe will be smoked anytime soon.

While the politicians at the top of this heap continue to be rewarded with their government paychecks, more than 2.1 million government workers do not. Some 800,000 Uncle Sam employees were initially furloughed (although 350,000 from the Defense Department were just called back), and another 1.3 million will most likely see their paychecks delayed.

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Energy Investing

How to Invest in the Global Shale Oil and Gas Boom

The North American shale oil and gas boom is fascinating Americans with its stunning potential, as it propels U.S. oil production to the highest level since May 1989.

It is also creating a formidable profit-making opportunity for those who know how to invest in this burgeoning industry.

The best opportunities now are in places where the shale energy boom is just getting started...

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