The following video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series, in which energy editor/analyst Joel South discusses topics across the investing world.
Oil prices have been on a free fall this past week. Between the Greek election and softening growth in China, economic uncertainty is causing a softening in the oil futures market. Supplies are reaching 20-year highs, and the market is starting to react to the building reserves. In this video, Joel talks about falling prices and what this means for energy investors. Watch below to hear about a few companies that could see their share price drop as oil prices decrease.
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