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While a lengthy credit history is a key component of a good credit score, staying faithful to just one card has its drawbacks.
Just because you’re a good cook doesn’t mean you should own a restaurant. But if you want to try, here’s how.
The odds of whether a relationship will work out may have less to do with love and a lot more to do with money.
A fund manager who called $30 oil a year ago has some more bold (mostly bad) news for investors.
Seeing their kids off to college is a dream many parents share, but cosigning the student loan can have nightmarish consequences.
Macy’s announced Wednesday it will cut thousands of jobs as part of its restructuring plan.
Jackie DeAngelis takes a look at the sentiment in the energy market as we head into 2015 and the possible wild card that’s emerging in the sector.
Pat Kennell’s motivation for installing sun power in his home is typical of the solar industry’s new customer: He did it to save money. The retired police officer from Stony Point, New York, said his cost of energy per kilowatt hour will go from 20 cents with the local utility company to 13 cents with …
Oil and gas entrepreneur T. Boone Pickens thinks international oil prices will stay high indefinitely—over $100 a barrel—despite recent declines in the futures market. At the Investools 4th Annual Investor Education Conference in Dallas, Pickens reminded investors that OPEC’s largest producer, Saudi Arabia, needs oil prices to remain elevated in order to maintain its social spending programs; therefore, the Organization of …
The crude oil market has seen dramatic spikes starting with the Arab Spring in 2010 and continuing into this past June, but some investors are betting that the bull market for oil is over. “We had a situation in oil where we were in a prolonged bull market,” Stephen Schork, editor of the Schork Report, …
Pipeline companies are viewed by Wall Street as engines of growth, especially as the oil boom in the U.S. continues. While the industry will probably still use rail and barge for smaller markets, pipelines are often seen as the most reliable way to move large volumes of crude. Analysts and the International Energy Agency estimate …
Recent accidents involving crude oil being shipped from the Bakken area of North Dakota and Montana are raising eyebrows on Wall Street and have analysts looking at companies that could be exposed to new rules governing oil shipments from the region. Three major accidents have taken place in a short period of time: Two trains collided in Casselton, …
The International Energy Agency said last week that the United States is likely to become the world’s top oil producer by 2016, overtaking Saudi Arabia and bringing the nation closer to energy independence. While it’s been a widely held notion in the marketplace that increases in North American supply—meaning the U.S. and Canada combined—would bring about a sea change …