Musings on the Second Great Recovery Experiment and the Promise of Natural Gas: Interview with Ron Muhlenkamp

August 30, 2014 by Jim Patrick

Recovery and Energy Investment

Ron Muhlenkamp is the founder and portfolio manager of Muhlenkamp & Co. Inc., established in 1977 to manage private accounts for individuals and institutions. In 1988, the company launched a no-load mutual fund as an investment vehicle for all investors, large or small.[read more]

Lessons Learned from Superstorm Sandy: One Year Later

November 2, 2013 by Lisa Dundon

Lessons from Sandy


On Monday, Oct. 29, 2012, the largest Atlantic hurricane on record made landfall along the heavily populated Jersey Shore causing massive damage and devastation. On the anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, it’s important to look back and reflect on the lessons learned.[read more]

Oil Prices and the Recovery

January 11, 2010 by Geoffrey Styles

As oil prices continue their upward trend, I'm noticing more articles and getting more comments from readers questioning whether $80-plus oil could squelch the nascent economic recovery--or for those who believe the recession isn't over, deepen it again. It's not an unreasonable question, particularly when we compare current retail fuel...[read more]

NYMEX crude oil prices hit $72.20 on rising outlook and falling dollar

August 4, 2009 by Ee Mien Low : Crude oil prices shot higher for the third session in a row on Monday [4 Aug 2009], driven by improved economic recovery prospects and a weaker dollar. NYMEX light sweet crude for Sep 2009 delivery jumped $2.13 to close at $71.58 a barrel. Live oil prices hit an intraday peak of $72.20, its highest level since...[read more]