A Pair of Energy Growth Plays

Tuesday was one of only a few significant rallies in May, as the major indices rose roughly 1% across the board. The beaten down energy sector managed to outperform the overall market for a change, as well. This sector has gone through a very tough couple of months as oil prices have fallen significantly and natural gas prices remain close to historic lows. One of the strategies I am employing in this area is to pick up stocks that have fallen along with the sector but whose earnings are not that correlated to the price of energy. Here are two selections in that category with low valuations and good growth prospects.

World Fuel Services Corp. (INT) is the world's largest fuel logistics company and engages in marketing, selling, and distributing aviation, marine, and land fuel products and related services globally....258 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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