It has to do with oil companies and banks.
There is room -- even compulsory need -- to look for opportunities.
Enterprise Products Partners' stock has tanked, making it a 'buy.'
With this bullish technical set up, aggressive traders could consider buying TSO at current levels with a sell-stop at $106.
Traders could consider adding to existing long positions on OXY. 
But investors should continue to monitor future cash flow.
That's much needed among the independents right now.
 We have yet to find a reversal pattern on the chart.
Even a low-ball offer would still be a large premium over the current price.
I continue to believe oil prices are forming a bottom.

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