Tellurian (NASDAQ:TELL) is a penny stock that has rallied to $4.36, an increase of more than 235% year-to-date and nearly 390% over the past year. This is undeniably a great performance. However, TELL stock is still a risky — and pricey — natural gas bet. Source: Shutterstock Tellurian is an oil and gas exploration and…

The natural gas market has been on fire in 2021 and, as you would expect, this has benefited Tellurian (NASDAQ:TELL). By simply holding TELL stock so far this year, traders could have doubled their investment or more. This pick is up over 190% year-to-date (YTD). Source: Shutterstock Basically, investing in TELL shares is a way to…

Last year when the novel coronavirus pandemic became a harsh reality within our borders, most everyone had a fundamental concern: avoiding COVID-19 and thereby becoming a statistic. But as the weeks of lockdowns and mitigation measures turned into months, people had other thoughts about returning back to normal. Now that we’re on its cusp, demand…

Tellurian (NASDAQ:TELL) is a natural gas company founded after the last decade’s energy boom turned to bust. While TELL stock traded for less than $1 a year ago, today you can buy Tellurian for more than $3. Source: Shutterstock It’s riding high natural gas prices, now at over $5 per million BTU, and headed higher.…

Natural gas stocks have been robust, as the price of the commodity rebounds from its 2020 lows. Year-to-date, natural gas is now up by more than 115% and has seen multi-year highs. The United States Natural Gas Fund (NYSEARCA:UNG) returned almost 121% YTD, and the First Trust Natural Gas ETF (NYSEARCA:FCG) is up 94% so…

Looking for a cheap way to gain exposure to the fast-moving natural gas market? Give Tellurian (NASDAQ:TELL) a try, as TELL stock is highly affordable and it’s been sparking investors’ interest lately. Source: Shutterstock Tellurian focuses on liquefied natural gas. With its $25 billion investment in U.S.-based natural gas infrastructure, Tellurian is among the most ambitious…

Energy stocks are on the move Wednesday as reports of crude oil shortages are increasing prices. Source: Shutterstock The big problem with crude oil has to do with the Gulf of Mexico. Disturbances by recent tropical storms and hurricanes have limited the amount of oil that can be drawn. Adding to that is the fact…