These are the two weekly charts I favor most.
Prices have rallied to the 200-day moving average line and look like they have failed.
Hess is the opportunity to be embraced.
Most of the other pipeline players had a more cautious philosophy.
It's an opportune time to get in on the LNG exporter, which has drawn big bets from investment giants Seth Klarman and Carl Icahn.
Tuesday's first-quarter earnings call sounded much more optimistic than last quarter's.
Growth stocks are likely to go down, no matter how well the companies are doing.
Banks are just now starting to reserve for the possibility of several defaults from their energy portfolios.
FF is off some 50% even though it's profitable and has lots of cash.
As always, it's about supply and demand.

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