August 2, 2012 (Investorideas.com Energy Newswire) Small- and mid-cap energy stocks respond to big news in big ways. Senior Analyst Jocelyn August of Sagient Research keeps track of events and related share price movements that can shed light on how stocks will perform when new triggers are pulled. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, August discusses some of her favorite and not-so-favorite names that could make profits (or losses) for attentive investors.
The following chart shows the relative price changes for both oil and gas.
Contrast that with how the price of crude oil has fared. It was US$79.20/bbl WTI on October 1, 2011, reached a high of US$107.40/bbl in March 2012, and is currently WTI US$90.13/bbl, up 14% since October 1, 2011.
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