We're in an absurdist moment now as the market swings too far against everything.
Keep an eye on funds that track banking, retail and natural gas.
After a string of disappointing dry holes, Statoil finds a field that could keep production stable on the Norwegian continental shelf.
The fund has become increasingly disjointed from its underlying index, so just watch it from the sidelines for now.
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Those who are uneasy about oil, nuclear power and coal but unsure which alternative will win out can invest in the broader clean-energy revolution with PBD.
There are plenty of reasons to be bullish about stocks, but the market faces big challenges first. For instance, can energy stocks, which had a huge quarter, continue to lead the market higher?
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