Energy

That might trigger some buying, but the long-term trend is still bearish.
Demand is good, but we're pumping far more than I thought.
If you're looking for a bottom, there has yet to be panic or a long period of sideways action.
Technical indicators show that crude oil prices will soon be oversold, and data show that market participants could be signaling a bottom.
It's near the top of my list for a shot at a bounce play.
Teekay's very long-lived LNG shipping contracts are about as solid as it gets.
Wednesday's numbers are crucial. If levels hold, these stocks should bounce big.
The Arms Index suggests yesterday's momentum will not carry very far.
Energy sector prices are trading below where they were in 2008 and 2009.
Charts say oil giant's due for a bounce after a multiweek slide.

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