Our top speculative pick for 2018 is Weatherford International (WFT), one of the largest providers of drilling services to the global oil and gas industry, notes George Putnam, editor of The Turnaround Letter.
Enbridge Inc. (ENB) — our top conservative idea for 2018 — has always been a highly dependable utility stock, with steady annual dividend increases and a gradual gain in share price, suggests Gordon Pape, editor of Internet Wealth Builder.
Several technology trends are greatly increasing the demand for the metals that make them possible, observes Jim Powell, editor of Global Changes & Opportunities Report.
Following a soft year of performance in 2017, I’m upping my exposure to domestic energy infrastructure where there are more favorable tailwinds, both politically and structurally, explains Bryan Perry, editor of Cash Machine.
This drilling company, our top growth pick for 2018, almost died during the energy price swoon, says Benj Gallander, value investing expert and editor of Contra the Heard.
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Ecolab (ECL) provides water, hygiene, and energy technologies for customers in the chemical, mining, power generation and petroleum industries, and we believe is positioned well an infrastructure re-build, explains John Eade, analyst with Argus Research.
Baker Hughes a GE Co. (BHGE) is my top aggressive stock pick for 2018. The company offers products, services and digital solutions to the international oil and gas community, explains Crista Huff, editor of Cabot Undervalued Stocks Advisor.
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I think of the speculation in cryptocurrencies as a signal the speculation cycle is near its peak, writes Don Kaufman, co-founder of TheoTrade.
XLE broke out from the downtrend that started in 2014. A break out from a multi-year price weakness like this usually leads to a sharp rise which may be an indication that XLE could hit the target price of $95 quickly, writes Joon Choi of Signalert Asset Management.
For my 2018 favorite I am going to pick a stock from our stable with the highest BI Rank; in our proprietary ranking system, anything over 10 is very good and Solaris Oilfield Infrastructure (SOI) ranks at 12.9, notes Tom Bishop, editor of BI Research.
The potential that $65-$70 on the price of crude is not just plausible, but likely by the summer driving season. The bullish case for crude falls apart on a decisive break of the $55 price area, asserts Joe Duarte, MD. He’s traded, analyzed and written about the markets since 1990.
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The explosive growth of electric cars, both here and abroad, is one of the developments that have exceptional potential to create investment profits, suggests Jim Powell, editor of Global Changes & Opportunities Report.
Oil prices have staged a nice rebound, with WTI trading between $55-$60/bbl and yet tax-loss related selling continues to weigh on most of the energy sector from depressed pricing for most of 2017. It’s a bit of an anomaly, but one that should begin to correct itself after January 1st, observes Bryan Perry, editor of Cash Machine.
JPMorgan Alerian MLP ETN closely tracks the energy MLP space and there is a good technical case that a new uptrend is in the very early stages. We’re seeing high trading volume at this level, asserts Bryan Perry, editor of Cash Machine.
BHP Billiton (BHP) is an oil and hard asset producer domiciled in Australia that generates most of its revenue in Asia and Europe, notes Jim Pearce, editor of Investing Daily's Personal Finance.
Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) is the largest energy master limited partnership (MLP) based on enterprise value and the second-largest energy MLP based on market capitalization, notes Ben Reynolds, editor of Sure Dividend.
Macquarie Infrastructure Company (MIC) — a diversified group of infrastructure businesses — has a diversified portfolio that offer defensive attributes and steady cash flow generation, notes Michael Corcoran, contributing editor to Gordon Pape’s The Income Investor.