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Should You Be Buying Energy Stocks?
Charles Carlson, CFA
Editor, DRIP Investor Newsletter
Energy stocks continue to get hammered on Wall Street, and the outlook seems to deteriorate by the day. Too much oil and not enough demand could drive the price down to $40 per barrel or below. . .