If you're looking for exposure outside the U.S., and to protect yourself from raging inflation on a global basis, here it is.
Aggressive traders could go long CLNE at current levels
I've got a couple names that prove that Reddit's WallStreetBets' power over stocks is way overestimated.
Exxon Mobil continues to move forward with oil discoveries outside the U.S. as much of the world remains caught in an energy poverty trap.
Plus, the Senate passes a big, fat bill to promote the nation's ability to compete on the technology innovation front.
We have never seen a bull run survive this large a net long holding.
Companies that procure real, accounting gimmick-free, cash flow are indeed hard to kill and their stocks will always be easy to own.
The sideways consolidation in GTLS will likely not last much longer.
But will they get greedy and let the market get too tight over the summer?
Our price target indicates a potentially rosy scenario for this newer issue.
Let's check the Energy Select Sector SPDR exchange-traded fund and its price targets ahead.
I would be a buyer of these calls.
But you'll be dealing with exchange rates, local elections, and all manner of other externalities.
Let's look at XOM's management, why it just lost a couple board seats and what I see ahead.
Let's look at which utility company is best wired for solid returns to add some spark to your portfolio.
PPL Corp. offers one of the highest yields in the utility sector.
These plays are diversified across three distinct areas -- global exploration, oil services and MLPs.
Here's a play in XOM as it sells below $59.
I would not rush into a new long position in PLUG.
The technical signs coming from the maker of generators currently aren't generating much excitement.
Gogo Inc. and Exterran Corp. have seen a bit of buying from people in the know.
FutureFuel Corp. and Guild Holdings each offer reasons for consideration after their recent dividend actions.
Let's watch and wait.
Sometimes doing nothing is what's best.
SLB looks like it can pull back with weakness and this area is what I would consider a buying opportunity.
Beyond refined fuels, what else is susceptible to sophisticated criminal or terrorist activity? The entire grid? Clean water?
ET appears to be in a breakout and could see more upside.
The 2021 Tax Loss Selling Recovery Portfolio didn't do much in April but is soundly beating the market six months after inception.
Traders should let this correction play out.
Exxon Mobil and Advanced Micro Devices are the two names with possible buy setups.