David Fessler

David Fessler

Lower Gas Prices and a Million New Jobs

by David Fessler

Thanks to hydraulic fracking and horizontal drilling, the United States has at least a century's worth of natural gas and is producing as much crude oil as it did in the 1970s. And we have enough coal to last more than 200 years. So why aren't U.S. companies exporting more of our surplus? Read On…

The Wrong Way to Buy an MLP

by David Fessler

Readers of my work know that I often recommend master limited partnerships (MLPs). These income-generating investment vehicles are common in the energy industry, and they have a huge tax advantage. Read On…

The Fuel That Will Soon Change the World

by David Fessler

Moving away from petroleum and toward natural gas - which America has in abundance right under our feet - to power our cars, trucks, trains and ships would be transformative for American business and consumers, for the environment and for our national security. Read On…

The Will of the People Be Damned

by David Fessler

Most people are afraid of change. Right now, automobile dealers across the U.S. are afraid of Elon Musk. Musk is the brilliant CEO of Tesla Motors Inc. (Nasdaq: TSLA). His outside-the-box thinking with regard to car sales has left dealers "all dressed up with no place to go." Read On…

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Why Do We Hate the Oil Companies?

by David Fessler

Co-editor of Oxford Resource Explorer and Editor of Peak Energy Strategist David Fessler sits down for an exclusive interview with former president of Royal Dutch Shell plc (ADR) (NYSE:RDS.A) John Hofmeister. From his book, Why We Hate the Oil Campanies: Straight Talk from an Energy Insider, to his take on the Keystone-Excel Pipeline, Hofmeister gives us the inside scoop on oil and energy alternatives. Read On…

Will Your Investment Stand the Test of “TIME”?

by David Fessler

Last year, the S&P 500 index was up 31.8%. The forecast for 2014 varies, but most analysts seem to think gains will be in the 10% range. There are four sectors that I believe are poised for gains similar to last year's. My acronym “TIME” is an easy way to remember them. Read On…

Supplies of This Gas Are Dangerously Low

by David Fessler

January may go down in history as the coldest month this century, according to some reports. The frigid weather gripping much of the country has produced a supply crisis for a gas that millions of Americans rely on to heat their homes. But it's not the gas you're thinking of. Read On…