SolarCity recently reported disappointing quarterly figures as the company continues to hit new 52-week lows.
As a leader in natural gas-fired and geothermal power plants in North America, Calpine looks like a good pick in a depressed energy environment.
As a leader in LNG export, the misunderstood Cheniere Energy looks like a good long-term pick in a depressed energy environment.
With shares still down from 2014 highs, is Fastenal headed for an upswing?
Eaton may be a stable company with a solid dividend, but the stock looks like a risky bet.
As a well-diversified energy company, Phillips 66 looks like a good pick in a depressed energy environment.
The market is fed up with SunEdison and slammed the company by more than 90% in the past six months. Einhorn’s presence and recent board activity tell us that he sees the exceptional value, or he would’ve left months ago.
The market may be missing something in the largest publicly traded independent wholesale power producer in the U.S.
As a leader in express transportation, Federal Express looks like an interesting pick after shares have cratered almost 30% the past 12 months.
Caterpillar recently reported disappointing quarterly figures as the company continues to hit new 52-week lows. Is there opportunity?
State-owned Saudi Arabian Oil Co. could be going public, with a market cap in the trillions. Recent decisions of the company highlight the perils of investing in state-run companies.
As a leading railroad company, Union Pacific looks like a good pick even with shares near 52-week lows.
As a leading integrated energy company, Exxon looks appealing in a low-energy-price environment.
A steep decline in earnings and uncertainty in management are pressuring shares in one of the largest and most diversified wholesale power producers in the United States.
Railroad companies continue to ride out a rough patch in this low-energy-price environment.
Aubrey McClendon is at it again. His new private company, American Energy Partners LP, has partnered with Argentina's state-run YPF SA to explore and develop unconventional oil and gas in Argentina.
Warren Buffett’s had a difficult time with oil and gas companies over his career, but his previous difficulties didn’t stop him from upping his stake in Phillips 66.
The recent complaint brings up significant competitive implications and antitrust issues for the industry and the public alike.
CSX has felt the pressure from the downward trend in coal demand -- likely a secular trend.
CBI may have been unfairly lumped into the broad-based energy selling.