The charts of this fund are giving off a positive glow.
It involves people pocketing their savings from lower gasoline prices so that the economy cools and the Fed doesn't need to raise rates again.
The top global energy names are returning more cash to shareholders through dividends and share repurchases.
However, the preferreds are no longer 'money good.' So a completely new 'distressed company' calculus has taken over.
Here's where aggressive traders could probe.
Oil market dynamics in 2023 are a far cry from what was seen in 2022.
The stage is set for further gains.
Let's see what traders could do now.
These master limited partnerships, which own energy assets, have 8% yields and reliable payouts.
Let's check the charts and indicators.
Here's how high the shares could go.
Here's an options trade for Marathon Petroleum Corporation.
Washington would love to see South Korea and Japan set aside political differences, as the two countries address the economy, security and energy supply.
The stocks owned by Berkshire Hathaway provide a decent amount of diversity, but keep in mind they are for the investment-minded.
It's been weeks since OPEC cut production and look how oil prices have spilled. Here's who to blame -- and why the devil is in the ETFs.
OPEC members must be scratching their heads wondering why oil is collapsing after they took about 1 million barrels per day out of the market.
And anyone who claims to know which direction the central bank is going to go is lying.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
And the ETFs that track those indexes are losing their bullish luster
Here's my strategy right now, including a 'no-brainer' move, and three individual plays.
Here's what traders could do now.
And there are pair of ETFs that can provide a way to trade the two sectors while minimizing risk.
The status of the market has changed as seven of 11 sectors turn positive -- but not all sectors have pointed upward, so let's look at the charts for each.
Energy giants are investing on finding ways to contribute to the still developing global transition to a green energy future, and they'd like to remain permanently relevant.
Let's review the charts.
There are several things that make oil producers attractive on a longer-term basis.
Move over employment numbers, I'm glued to the news about this energy name and its preferred shares.
Let's see if this petroleum refiner can slip by an upside breakout -- and if so, how it should be played.
And there is one particular stock that has gained my attention in what could become a strong sector.
Even after Monday's advance the oil bulls may need some time and consolidation before trying to make their next move.