CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Oil was up slightly on the day in spite of a 10 million barrel build. Nat gas remained over $4.50, and gold was up a bit at the close.» Read More
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Plus, another reason why you should avoid the United States Natural Gas Fund.
A host of related companies benefit from the commodity’s lower prices. Here are Mad Money’s top picks.
There are much better ways to play the commodity, Cramer says.
Plus, Cramer gives some of his favorites in the mobile tech sector and a possible deal between Nestle and Hershey.
Taxpayers may not recover all of the bailout money awarded to the auto sector, said Elizabeth Warren, chair of the Congressional Oversight Panel in charge of the Troubled Assets Relief Program [TARP].
Cramer is focusing on natural gas and the benefits it would have as a transition fuel... and which companies could make fortunes for themselves - and for you - because of it.
Builders covet a green certification, but many buildings do not save as much energy as their designs predicted, reports the New York Times.
This could be the stock to own, Cramer says, if the commodity’s price trend higher.
Plus, Cramer makes the call on mortgages, insurers, natural gas and more.
Cramer went to Ultra Petroleum’s CEO for an answer.
Investors looking to play the crude oil and natural gas price divergence should follow these trading tips, said Daniel Dicker, independent oil trader at TheStreet.com.
With natural gas prices dropping to its lowest level since 2002 and with inventories 19% above their five-year average, you’d expect nat gas stocks to be at yearly lows.
Natural gas prices have been plummeting over the past few weeks to a 7-year low while oil is climbing to 2009 highs. Addison Armstrong, director of market research at Tradition Energy, and Peter Beutel, president of Cameron Hanover, discussed their outlooks.
China and Australia struck a $41 billion agreement to provide China with liquefied natural gas (LNG) Tuesday, and the deal is an example how China is grabbing up energy at cheap prices at a time when it is one of the few countries investing in resources, experts told CNBC Asia.
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That depends on whether Congress takes up the cause for natural gas.
Cramer asked the Clean Energy Fuels CEO for an answer.
Are the bulls running out of steam? Could be? While their heavier counterparts in London have already hit $76, WTI in New York can’t even muster a serious run to $75, writes Stephen Schork.
In light of yesterday’s report, there is nothing to suggest we will not see a test of support back in the mid $3s, writes Stephen Schork.