The American energy revolution is showing promising signs. After years of weak oil prices, the energy sector is seeing a revival with oil over $60 a barrel.
Beer companies have suffered under years of lagging sales. And their future may depend on joint ventures with the growing pot industry.
It’s not surprising then that miners are trigger-shy about buying new projects. Instead, they are turning to buybacks to appease shareholders.
The U.S. agriculture sector is caught in the crosshairs of a geopolitical trade war. Farmers are facing mounting uncertainty with limited options.
While analysts worry that demand for railway services may wane due to the trade war, higher oil prices suggest otherwise.
Gold is a great hedge against inflation. And right now, gold is unloved and on sale. For contrarian investors, this is the perfect buying opportunity.
We need to understand Wall Street’s take on copper before we know whether this is an opportunity to invest or a warning to get out.
Oklahoma passed a law making it the 30th state to legalize medical marijuana. But more important was a recent measure on the federal level.