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Avi Salzman


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Past articles by Avi:

Oil Shipping Stocks Have Soared. The Rally May Not Be Over.

Russia's invasion of Ukraine has forced drastic shifts in oil shipping routes that could persist for some time. → Read More

First Solar’s Shining Stock May Dim

Shares of the solar-module maker are up 126% from a year ago, but the ride could be ending, Bank of America argues. → Read More

Energy Earnings Could Drop 11%. 10 Stocks Analysts Like Anyway.

Exxon, Occidental, and Valero could keep shining in 2023. A rise in oil prices would help. → Read More

Halliburton, Schlumberger, and Other Energy Stocks Poised to Keep Growing Earnings

Baker Hughes, Schlumberger, Halliburton, Targa Resources, and EQT all should boost profits handily this year. → Read More

Barron’s Stock Picks Beat the Market in 2022. Here’s Our Report Card.

In a brutal year for stocks, names recommended by Barron’s fell less than their benchmarks. And some notched impressive gains. → Read More

Nuclear Power Stocks Are on the Rise. Why the Industry Could See More Gains.

Improving sentiment about the industry could point to gains in the future. → Read More

LNG Was the Hot Commodity of 2022. This Year is Different.

Prices have fallen, with implication for producers' earnings, partly because of warmer weather and reduced industrial demand in Europe. → Read More

Move Over, OPEC. The Oil Cartel for Buyers Is Here.

The U.S. and other consuming nations have gained a strong voice in oil prices. What it could mean for the industry. → Read More

The Next U.S. Energy Revolution Is Here. These Companies Will Benefit.

The manufacturing of equipment for clean energy is moving back to the U.S. What’s behind it—and which companies stand to benefit. → Read More

Gas Prices Hit Milestone. Why They Will Probably Keep Falling.

The average gas price is now $3.74 per gallon across the country, versus $3.41 a year ago, a 9.7% gap. → Read More

How Europe’s Energy Crisis Could Play Out

Energy bills are soaring for families and companies, all but assuring a recession. Stocks could fall another 15% before the economy settles. → Read More

Buy Calumet Specialty Products Stock to Play the Farm-to-Fuel Pipeline, Goldman Sachs Says

Goldman Sachs upgraded shares of Calumet Specialty Products to Buy with a $23 price target. → Read More

6 Stocks to Play the Push for Renewable Energy

The U.S. climate bill, along with a parallel initiative in Europe, could reshape global energy. Plug Power, Sunrun, and other companies could make the most of the new opportunities in renewables. → Read More

6 Stocks to Play the Push for Renewable Energy

Renewable energy is hitting its stride in both the Europe and the U.S. Here are six stocks for the long haul. → Read More

New climate bill readies $370bn road to renewable energy

The Senate passed the climate and tax package on 7 August, accelerating a historic shift in how the world is powered → Read More

Energy Stocks Fall as Much as 7%. They Are Leading the S&P 500 Lower.

Some big names, such as Halliburton and Exxon Mobil, are slumping on Monday. → Read More

Energy Stocks Are Hot, but It’s Not Too Late to Buy. 6 to Consider.

After climbing more than 60% this year, energy stocks still have room to run. Six picks in the industry’s most promising areas. → Read More

Gas Prices Soar to Records, but Exclusive Data Show Gas Stations Aren’t the Problem

Barron’s exclusive analysis of gas stations shows which parts of the supply chain are—and aren’t—benefiting from $5 a gallon prices. → Read More

Eaton Look Ready for an Electrifying Recharge. Its Stock Could Jump 30%.

The big manufacturer could be a prime beneficiary as the world moves away from fossil fuels. Why the stock could jump 30%. → Read More

CEO of Top Natural Gas Producer Sees 'Tremendous' Moment for U.S. Energy

Toby Rice, CEO of EQT, says he is encouraged by Biden administration's "change in tone." → Read More