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And it’s “financial insanity,” says Chesapeake Energy’s Aubrey McClendon.
Tune into CNBC at 6 & 11PM ET to get the inside scoop from these two top-notch nat gas bosses.
That’s what author Jeff Rubin says. A shame – we were just getting used to that extra-bold coffee brew from Micronesia.
Oklahoma Rep. Dan Boren gives us a report on the fuel’s progress in Washington.
A weak dollar and global economic recovery should boost most commodities prices, but gold, oil, corn and sugar will fare the best.
Plus, get Cramer’s calls on telco and natural gas.
Apparently, it’s sitting on enough natural gas to qualify. Find out how the state is encouraging the commodity’s growth there.
Oil prices are up almost 140 percent from the 52-week low and up 82 percent year-to-date. For those deciding whether there’s still opportunity in the sector, Oppenheimer & Co.’s Scott Burk, senior analyst of oil services and ocean shipping and Fadel Gheit, managing director of oil and gas research said investors just need to know where to look.
David Nierenberg of the D3 Family Funds shared his market insights from the Value Investing Congress in New York and where investors can look to make profit.
As the Senate prepares to tackle global warming, the nation’s energy producers, once united, are battling one another over policy decisions worth hundreds of billions of dollars in coming decades.
Cramer tackles this important issue.
Plus, Cramer makes the call on dividend-paying plays, defensive names, natural gas and more.
This company is the beneficiary of “the biggest energy innovation of the decade,” Cramer says.
Ryan Detrick, chief technical strategist at Schaeffer's Investment Research, and Ronald Weiner, president and CEO of RDM Financial Group, shared their thoughts on whether the rally will last — and where people should invest.
Investors should stay far away from these funds, Cramer says.
The oil industry has been on a hot streak this year, thanks to a series of major discoveries that have rekindled a sense of excitement across the petroleum sector, despite falling prices and a tough economy, says the New York Times.
The company looked good, but Cramer wanted to interview the CEO before making his call.
As the National Energy Summit kicks off in Washington, CEOs shared their insights on the future of energy and what it means for business on Wednesday.
Cramer interviews Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell about natural gas, coal, jobs and more.
Plus, Cramer reiterates one of his swine-flu plays.