These Energy Stocks Are Unloved, for Now

It is no secret that I have some pretty strong views on U.S. energy policy. I believe that we are somewhat foolish to direct most of our resources toward allegedly green sources of energy. The goal has to be energy independence and a strong economy first, and that means using the massive supplies of coal, natural gas and oil that we have access to in our country and in Canada.

Someday we will figure out how to produce, and more importantly store, energy from the sun and the wind, but that day is not here. We need to focus on digging and drilling as well as finding cleaner ways to use our already abundant resources....691 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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