Why energy stocks have lagged oil prices

Author: Steve Bonnyman

April 16, 2018

Crude oil prices reached three-year highs last week, yet energy equities have failed to keep pace, underperforming the commodity by a wide margin. Steve Bonnyman explains why this gap may narrow over the next year with his latest thoughts on the energy market.

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Written by

Steve Bonnyman, MBA, CFA

Co-Head of North American Research and Portfolio Manager

AGF Investments Inc.

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