There is still some way to go before prices hit the $4+ level - still the perceived "breakeven" point for many producers. But low temperatures in the Eastern U.S. are certainly bringing gas back into play. Here are two ways to profit.
The insiders just keep buying at our “liquid-biopsy” play TrovaGene Inc. (Nasdaq: TROV).
Shares of the San Diego-based company doubled in just three months after we recommended back on March 11.
When the stock sold off after that skyrocket rally, we told you not to worry. In fact, we recommended you turn that weakness into an opportunity – and accumulate more shares.
The corporate insiders seem to share our confident outlook.
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At the request of a major player in oil and gas pipelines, I was given a major task.
I had to estimate how much of the U.S gas and oil infrastructure needs to be replaced by 2025.
Then I needed to estimate the extent of additional connectors that would be needed to handle new domestic hydrocarbon developments.