Biotechnology is showing little relative strength and oil is up again, but there isn't much going on with themes.
The economics for pipes just keep getting better and better.
But that doesn't mean the long-term picture for the market has become bullish.
If the supermajors are struggling, the smaller shale independents can hardly be doing better.
Traders could consider going long on a close above $45.
The market likes decisiveness. And higher rates. And higher oil.
EPD is set to trade higher in the coming weeks.
It's a great time to invest in smaller E&Ps, and these 3 will outperform the markets for the balance of 2017.
Traders can approach this name from the long side.
A trade at $20 will be a triple-top breakout and give us a potential upside price objective of $30.


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