Tortoise in Barron’s

Energy Roundtable: 12 Oil Rebound Picks

Four pros guide investors through the sector’s turmoil—and pick stocks and bonds for the next boom.

Energy investors have arrived at the fifth stage of grief—acceptance. It hasn’t been easy. The price of oil has dropped 62% in the past two years, as easy access to credit helped fuel a drilling binge that resulted in massive oversupply. Nor did it help that China’s economy, once a key source of demand for fossil fuels, slowed precipitously. The resulting crash in crude prices, from $107.26 a barrel in June 2014 to a low of $26.21 this past February, has wreaked havoc across the industry.
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