Buy KMI, EQT, And OKE Shares Right Now – Here’s Why

We've talked a lot lately about the need for investors to be in great renewable energy stocks.

They're just not "alternative" anymore; they're fast becoming mainstream, and frankly, there's no alternative but to be all-in there. More than that, the technological advances that are fueling this incredible growth put renewables strong in the running to be a kind of brand-new tech sector unto itself.

Lots of analysts, traders, and market-watchers, including yours truly, have cracked that traditional fossil fuels are quickly going the way of the T-Rex. Like they say, it's funny because it's true.

But pandemic-era economics – you know, the kind that sent crude oil hurtling into negative territory last April – are working on fossil energy and "traditional" energy companies in a strange new way.

Believe it or not (and I'll show you in a second why you should definitely believe it), economic forces are shaping up underneath a handful of oil stocks that are likely to send them on a nice bullish run this year. The charts don't lie; I'll name every single stock for you.

So, don't count the black stuff out just yet. In fact, count on crude for some quick early 2021 profits…

Why These Companies Are in Play and Moving Fast

So why are stocks a lot of folks wrote off as dead meat suddenly not only alive but firmly in must-buy territory?

The Fed.

The Fed moved heaven and earth to save the economy last winter as it teetered on the edge of oblivion. Jerome Powell & Co. slashed interest rates quickly to zero, moved to shore up the banks and provide liquidity, and sent the money-printing presses into overdrive; more dollars were printed in two or three months than were printed during the entirety of "QE 1, 2, and 3."

That's ancient history. Now, even though the pandemic feels as terrible and deadly as it's ever been, economic outlooks for 2021 are actually improving in a lot of big economies – score one for the coronavirus vaccine. The Fed is now actively considering a tapering program, as evidenced by recent activity in 10-year U.S. Treasuries. When the Fed tapers, oil stocks rise. Some studies have even found that, of all the sectors on the S&P 500, energy rises the most when interest rates creep up.

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