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While we’ve all been paying attention to the recent abundance in natural gas, coal demand and prices have quietly dropped – quite significantly – as a result.  There is an interesting dynamic going on in these markets.  Like bad high school friends, they are keeping each other down at every potential advance!  Our energy guru […]

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As energy expert Marin Katusa weighed in earlier in the week, it’s going to get ugly in the natural gas sector, as companies are going to be forced to write down their reserves to reflect the ugly realities of $2 natty.  So which natural gas stocks should you look to sell…or even short?  Marin weighs […]

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The bloodbath in natural gas is about to carry over to the stock prices of producers, writes our energy expert Marin Katusa.  While the price of “the natty” as already been hammered, the reserves of natural gas companies have not yet been sufficiently written down to reflect the new bargain basement price levels.  When that […]

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Last week on Frank Curzio’s S&A Investor Podcast, Porter Stansberry predicted that the current flood of natural gas to the market would drive the price of oil down below $40 per barrel.  Respected energy analyst Marin Katusa of Casey Research begged to differ – and offered up this rebuttal, which I’m republishing for you here. […]

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Last May we covered a Financial Sense Newshour interview with Kirk Sorensen, founder of Flibe Energy – he made the case for little-known element thorium as the potential “silver bullet” to our energy problems. Today, Casey Research energy expert Marin Katusa dives into the thorium topic once again, to see if it has realistic hopes […]

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There are a growing number of fracking “haters” since the film Gasland came out last year.  Does the NIMBY crowd have a beef, or is there some known science being conveniently ignored?  Our energy guru Marin Katusa explains the process of fracking… Don’t Frack Me Up By Marin Katusa, Casey Research To many walking the […]

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Who’s Right About Commodities: Bears or Bulls? By Marin Katusa, Casey Research In the last few weeks a slow slide in commodity prices – metals in particular – has turned into a full-scale nosedive. All through 2011 copper had remained essentially between US$4 and $4.50 a pound, but on September 11 it dropped below that range […]

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Green, green, green. We need to be green this, and green that. With the government this focused on green energy, I’m becoming more and more convinced that this whole green energy thing is turning into a giant circus. When was the last time the government was ahead of any trend, after all? Although government may […]

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Peak Oil. Sometimes it sounds sooooo 2008. What’s the real story? Is there too much oil out there, or not enough? Seems like it’s tough to get a straight answer on this question – or at least an answer that experts agree on. In this guest piece, Marin Katusa of Casey Research takes a look […]

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Brett

Hi, I’m Brett Owens – and I’m a financial junkie. My “problem” started incollege, when I got a little dose of the stock market – man, was I hooked…in no time, I was reading the Wall Street Journal religously.

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