Record number of net speculative longs, high inventories and weak demand mean oil is over-priced.
Technical indicators offer a mixed picture, but it appears the stock's decline is 'mature.'
Will the recent support hold?
If volume is light during the correction, shares could show renewed strength in the second quarter.
The stock rallied for much of last year.
I will continue to recommend Enterprise as long as it provides a yield in the high-fives.
Oil's relative strength index provides only a neutral signal, and the U.S. dollar chart looks bearish.
This is good news for infrastructure projects.
Unless CLB rallies to close above $127, a neutral to slightly negative stance is favored.
More production will mean lower oil prices.

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