Pipelines Are Less Volatile Than You Think
High-Energy Earnings Boost Pipelines
Why The Fed’s Critics Will Become More Vocal
Why Recession Fears Can Help Energy Stocks
Pipelines — There’s Always A Bull Market Somewhere
Criticism Of The Fed Goes Mainstream
The Varied Uses For LNG
LNG Stocks And Real Yields Rise
Energy Independence Is Not Just For America
The Fed’s Yield Curve Problem
The Fed’s Aspirational Base Case
Energy Investors Unfazed By US Selling Oil
US Natural Gas Takes Center Stage
Markets Lose Faith In 2% Inflation
NextDecade Sees A Bright Future
Interest Rates Are Interesting Again
Are Pipelines Still Cheap?
How Far Will The Fed Go?
Natural Gas To Remain Top Energy Source For Decades
Russia Boosts Inflation
Russia Boosts US Energy Sector
Policy Errors On Interest Rates And Energy
Last week JPMorgan forecast that the Fed will raise rates at their next nine meetings, resulting in a 2.25% hike in short term rates by March 2023.
The Death Of Modern Monetary Theory
The last two years have provided an empirical test, the idea that a government can borrow indefinitely in its own currency with no fear of bankruptcy.