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.
With its exceptional 10% distribution yield, MPLX is an ideal stock for income-oriented investors who want to get into energy.
The gap to the downside could be the start of a decline or we could see support materialize at this level.
The speculative runup in FCEL seems to be over. Approach with caution.
Several signs point to underperformance for energy names in the near term.
Instead, the charts advise taking profits. Here's why.
The charts of PLUG are bearish and losing power.
Evergy is a high yield utility stock offering dependable dividends.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
Also, new issue DigitalOcean is one of the few flyers I'm willing to take here today.
There is no shortage of oil, there never was.
Following both for potential buy setups.
Buying PLUG because it's a green energy name is not a good enough reason. Until we know more, this name is purely speculative.
Here's how to play UNP as oil rises to around $65 a barrel.
Let's check the charts of GE for when to add to long positions.
For now, they have achieved their objective, showing President Biden firmly who is in charge.
Let's look at bonds, rates and, especially, inflation for a true picture of what's going on, and where to put your money.
You can't lip service electric vehicles anymore. Exxon's board moves indicate it knows its gasoline days are numbered.
Let's check out some charts on the energy giant.
Suncor Energy has a bruised but energizing 3.0% yield.
Let's check out the PLUG charts as traders react to the latest EPS numbers.
Valero Energy's dividend has not been cut, despite hard times. There is the possibility for outsized returns from a quicker than anticipated bounce back in demand, but clear risk remains.
Shell suffered along with the rest of the oil and gas sector last year. But it could be a good dividend play once again.
It looks like FSLR has started a move lower.