Jeffrey Hayden and Chad Mabry: Stay Very Oily

In 2010, some of the best-performing companies in the E&P space transitioned to a heavier focus on oil, which has been strong, and away from natural gas where prices are weak. That trend is likely to continue this year, according to Rodman & Renshaw Senior Analysts Jeff Hayden and Chad Mabry who remain bullish, . . . → Read More: Jeffrey Hayden and Chad Mabry: Stay Very Oily

Pittsburgh's energy boom



Circa 1916 I should mention.  Though it does read much like the advertisement from our friend Mr. McKelvey. I saw some other ad similar to that recently, but forgot to grab it to make a copy.

Radium, by the way, was selling for $70,000 per gram at one time around then.  That’s . . . → Read More: Pittsburgh’s Energy Boom

Economic Events on February 16, 2011

The Mortgage Bankers’ Association purchase index was released at 7:00 AM EST, and there was a week to week decrease of 5.9% in the Purchase Index and a week to week decrease of 11.4% in the Refinance Index.

At 8:30 AM EST, the Housing Starts report for January will be released.  The consensus is . . . → Read More: Economic Events on February 16, 2011