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Energy: the MoneyWeek view

August 2014: Try natural gas Supply disruptions have proved not to be quite as bad as recently assumed, so prices have eased from their recent ten-month high. Global demand is growing slowly, so oil is likely to move sideways or fall slightly for now. Natural gas is on a long-term upswing. Firms involved in fracking are worth seeking out.

See our view on all the major asset classes here.

Why oil prices have fallen

Geopolitical tensions have weighed on the price of oil, but the market looks well supplied.

Hedge your portfolio against global conflict

It won’t take much to set off a domino-effect that leads to markets crashing. Bengt Saelensminde explains an easy way to protect your portfolio.

How you could make money from fracking without buying shares in an oil company

Matthew Partridge explains how you could cash in by helping the fracking industry work more cleanly and efficiently.

The 12 investments our experts would buy into now

How might renewables change the face of energy? And where should investors look for profits? John Stepek talks to our Roundtable of experts.

The assets to buy now – July 2014

Asset allocation is at least as important as individual share selection. So where should you be putting your money? Here’s our monthly take on the major asset classes.

Are we heading for another oil crisis?

The fear is that disruptions to supply because of the insurrection in Iraq could cause a spike in the oil price. Is that fear justified?

Warren Buffett is backing solar power – and so should you

Warren Buffett is backing the solar power sector to the tune of $15bn. John Stepek picks the best ways for you to invest in the industry too.

After Iraq: what next for oil?

The latest crisis in Iraq has raised concerns over the long-term affects on the country’s oil production.

How should you respond to the crisis in Iraq?

The extremist group, Isis, has cut into large swathes of Iraq. What effect will the latest developments have on oil prices, and should investors be worried? Matthew Partridge reports.

Energy regulator Ofgem ticks off utilities

The big six power companies have been told off by the energy regulator for not passing on savings to customers.

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