Bob Moriarty: Finding Massively Undervalued Energy Stocks in Today’s Irrational Market

Bob Moriarty knows his own mind, and his frank, no-nonsense commentary has won him a large following of devoted fans—not to mention a track record of outstanding returns on investment. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, the irreverent, irrepressible 321energy.com founder shares his take on energy markets. Although he describes today’s . . . → Read More: Bob Moriarty: Finding Massively Undervalued Energy Stocks in Today’s Irrational Market

Equities the Way to Benefit from Gold's Strength: Henk Krasenberg

Henk J. Krasenberg, analyst and founder of the European Gold Centre and author and publisher of the GOLDVIEW newsletter, sees no lack of potential among small-cap equities, especially for investors willing to look beyond the U.S. borders. He offers names in Europe and Africa—what he calls “the poorest and richest continent”—and reminds us . . . → Read More: Equities the Way to Benefit from Gold’s Strength: Henk Krasenberg

First Act of Greek Default Proceedings Drawing to a Close

Global stock markets are up about 10% since the beginning of the year, volatility has collapsed, US economic data continue to defy even the mild slowdown proponents and the ECB seems to have backstopped the European banking system.

Yes, my dear reader. This is how quickly you move from away from the apocalyptic abyss . . . → Read More: First Act of Greek Default Proceedings Drawing to a Close

Harrisburg or Bust

Remember this is all about the capital of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

The latest on the financial soap opera otherwise known as Harrisburg.

The real endgame playing out as Moody’s withdraws its rating on certain Harrisburg water bonds.

Yet money or not, money has to be spent on Harrisburg’s water infrastructure.

Harrisburg may get what it asked . . . → Read More: Harrisburg or Bust

To bankrupt or not to bankrupt

The news is that Harrisburg has filed for bankruptcy.  While technically true that they have filed for bankruptcy, this may be shot down before it all begins.  The funniest part of this at the moment is that all the judges for this are in Tampa for a conference.  So hold your breath.

Remember, bankruptcy . . . → Read More: To bankrupt or not to bankrupt

Greek Haircut

Just a quick update on my previous post – about the Greece debt crisis.

Pundits and observers, who are no smarter than you or me, are assuming that Greece will default on its sovereign debt. This is as if the United States decided not to pay off our U.S. bonds one day.

To avoid . . . → Read More: Greek Haircut

Random Shots - Is it Over Yet?

It was telling that just as the ECRI and other notable research outfits decided to push recession button on the US economy the data flow became notably more positive. This could be a sign of the times that the cycle is just too volatile for even capable analysts to call or it could simply . . . → Read More: Random Shots – Is it Over Yet?

Adam Michael: Base Stock Evaluation on $90 Oil

Platform Advisors Founder Adam Michael searches the globe for oil and gas discovery stories with established cash flows that support share value in reasonably secure political environments. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Adam reveals some names from his own portfolio holdings that he believes could generate considerable upside production growth . . . → Read More: Adam Michael: Base Stock Evaluation on $90 Oil

Certainty and Promises

Why is this even being debated?

A split among economists over whether a debt ceiling vote should be tied to spending cuts highlights the risk of overconfidence, despite a consensus opinion in the latest Journal survey that the ceiling will be raised before an August deadline.

I’m not sure how to mention this, but . . . → Read More: Certainty and Promises

Who is Next in the Eurozone?

The Eurozone seems to be the place where the party never ends these days as one skeleton after the other comes rattling out of the closet. Indeed, one has the impression that history is in the making these days and the only thing we can hope is that it will be for the better.

. . . → Read More: Who is Next in the Eurozone?