Using the conserved cash to buy back their sagging shares would reward long-term investors.
The chart is terrible, but the short term has a long possibility.
Chesapeake is a superb place to bank on a natural-gas recovery.
Energy stocks are in a protracted bear market, not just a run-of-the-mill correction.
Maintaining high yields wouldn't make mathematical sense.
If we produce so much oil, why do we still import it?
I continue to think that oil is putting in a bottom.
Worst headache may be earnings reports from major oil companies.
It's time to start accumulating.
Like much of the energy sector, this one may not be finished falling.

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