If you're willing to look beyond the current bear market in the energy space, oilfield-services stocks seem to be presenting a solid long-term investment opportunity.
The oil price crash has forced oil companies to find creative ways to raise cash.
Coal may be one of the most despised industries on Wall Street, but these two undervalued high-yield coal stocks have three factors that are likely to make them long-term market beaters.
Linn Energy LLC, Atlas Resource Partners, L.P., and Peabody Energy Corporation all plunged at least 10% this week.
With unparalleled access to cheap debt ExxonMobil potential sellers have it on speed dial.
Carbon sequestration may be a dead end for coal companies.
Congrats! You just avoided a $1 billion loss on an investment, but did it come at the expense of coal stocks?
The EPA smacked coal power plants with CO2 emissions regulations in 2014, but this new carbon sequestration project likely won't help in the long-run.
Value investing 2015: Sometimes stocks that look like a great value aren't what they seem. Here are two companies -- and one entire business segment -- that could be value traps in 2015.
Oil prices continue to crash with no end in sight. Find out why these two high-yielding investments are especially exposed and likely to lose you money, even over the long term.