Markets are less shocked by these events, and there's an increasing consensus on how to price their effects.
NOV has bottomed and looks to be headed significantly higher.
It may not be a direct, uninterrupted move up, but 2017 should be a good year for oil prices.
This trade is slanted more bullish than a basic covered call, but follows the same concept.
A month after the election, we seem to be chipping away at the supposed winners.
Companies that marked turnarounds -- for better or worse -- last week.
Oil trading in a range $55 a barrel to $70 a barrel in 2017 sounds reasonable for now.
You know that money coming in from the sidelines? It's pretty much gone.
I expect we will see a further correction in the indices. Here's how I'm playing it.
The bull case is still strong in APA's charts.

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