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Could 2014 be 2004 (and 1994) all over again?

Activist investors south of the border appear to be taking aim at one of Canada's biggest pipeline companies. Also: notes on a company that probably should be in play. >

When he was younger, Max Fawcett wanted to make a mint in the markets. Now as the managing editor of Alberta Venture he gets to write about them. Close enough, right? He can be reached at mfawcett@albertaventure.com

Could 2014 be 2004 (and 1994) all over again?

Why David Rosenberg thinks that the U.S. economy is poised to surprise to the upside. Also, two Alberta-based picks from James Hodgins  >

by Max Fawcett

Bring on the taper

Also: Alaris Royalty finally invests in a loser, but CEO Steve King thinks there are plenty of winners still ahead  >

by Max Fawcett

Pembina Pipeline locks down the Duvernay

Plus: bullish calls for Crew Energy and Raging River Exploration  >

by Max Fawcett

Mexico liberalizes its energy sector – but will Alberta benefit?

AltaCorp Capital thinks drillers and frackers will see the most upside. But which ones?  >

by Max Fawcett

Sunshine Oilsands gets even cloudier

Two abrupt resignations at the top signal even more trouble for the capital-starved oil sands company. Also, which natural gas producers are enjoying the early start to winter the most  >

by Max Fawcett

DIRTT goes public – but should you buy?

Also: Surge Energy keeps on, well, surging  >

by Max Fawcett

Energy infrastructure: not played out yet

Also: Pope Francis weighs in on his own economic philosophy, and gives the papal thumbs-down to trickle-down economics  >

by Max Fawcett

John Hussman calls equity markets “a textbook pre-crash bubble”

One of Wall Street's most outspoken bears decides to growl - but is he just stuck in the wilderness?  >

by Max Fawcett

Suncor’s 2014 capital plan: more, more, more

Also: Legacy's Trent Yanko dives into the company's Q3 results, and an analyst warns that Lightstream's dividend cut might not be enough to get the company back on track  >

by Max Fawcett

Gear Energy goes public – kind of

The heavy oil producer is now listed on the TSX, but it declined to use the occasion to raise additional capital. That's a good thing, too  >

by Max Fawcett
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