Christopher Waller submits:The prices of oil and natural gas have always been historically correlated, as the two resources are substitutes for each other. However, this relationship seems to have broken down recently. Why is this and how should investors react? I will offer several possibilities below. The chart above was created using data from U.S. Energy Information Administration.
Hale Stewart submits: << Return to Part 1III. If industry and associated economic metrics show a strong V-shaped recovery, the best since 1983, the opposite is the case with ground zero for the credit bubble - housing - and also state and local governments.