A Wall Street downgrade sent the LNG exporter's stock down today, but there's a bigger picture to consider.
The set of generally acceptable accounting principles that guides financial reporting in the U.S. is a big reason investors can have confidence in American capital markets.
Two value plays and a turnaround.
Can Tellurian become the next Cheniere, or should investors stick with the already-successful LNG pure play?
You might think our third contributor has lost his mind.
By most metrics, CareTrust looks expensive. But there's a very good reason why investors should consider buying anyway.
The biggest refinery on the East Coast caught fire Friday morning. Speculation is that PBF Energy is set to profit from its competitor's catastrophe.
Equipment failures and political strife in Colombia are taking a bite out of its production. Investors are clearly worried about this, but today's fearful sell-off could be an opportunity to buy.
Three different stocks; three different Lynch principles.
If you're looking for a predictable source of income, look elsewhere. A risk-reward investment on a turnaround? Not until there's more "turnaround" happening.
Renewable energy is in high demand, and that will only grow over the long term. The top solar energy stocks present a great way to profit from the future of energy.
Despite the ongoing trade war with the U.S., investors shouldn't be ignoring companies in China. To the contrary, here are three that could be worth buying.
Declining same-store sales and flat earnings have investors worried.
The company gave investors something to be hopeful about after hours on Friday.
The cryogenic gas processing equipment maker recently mentioned the cannabis business as a double-digit growth opportunity.
The company's recent deal with Clean Energy Fuels will make renewable natural gas the centerpiece of its transition to low-carbon fuels.
One day off the all-time low, two big insiders bought a lot of shares, according to SEC filings.
Oil prices are recovering, but you’d never know that from looking at offshore stock prices.
The Chinese electric-car maker's recent results, a joint venture many are calling a government bailout, and cuts to its international presence have sent investors to the sidelines.
Mattel is one of the biggest losers today on fears that the Trump administration's use of tariffs could hurt corporate earnings and damper economic growth.