Swelling supply would hurt companies that thrive when oil prices are booming.
Mid-Con Energy is a solid high-yield income play at a great price.
Put long-term capital to work with Chesapeake Energy and Murphy Oil.
If oil isn't going bearish, this may be a good entry point.
The charts show that this energy giant is ready to gush higher.
Watch commodities (and your cash) as Greece plays out.
Owning the shares while selling its puts has worked before, and likely will again.
The portfolio is down 13% vs. a 1% advance for the wider market.
You have an acquisitive BP and growing demand to help these stocks.
Expect a resumption of the slide as the market charts its course.


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