Let's check out the charts of this oil producer.
Here's my thinking on the Nasdaq, bonds, energy, commodities and crypto right now.
That word of warning applies to ETFs and individual stocks such as Intercept Pharmaceuticals, which we outline a trading strategy for here.
Let's see what the charts and indicators look like.
I would be a buyer of these calls looking for a strong move higher.
Let's check the charts of SWN -- and of surging natural gas future prices.
Let's update our January strategy, as DVN appears poised to rally further.
The charts of the energy transmission company are mixed, so investors might want to stand aside until its results are known.
Here are our updated price targets for the energy giant.
Supply chain snarls could exacerbate inflation and lead to slower economic growth, which would reduce demand for commodities such as oil and copper.
I'm monitoring an energy ETF and a gold ETF, too, though I'm waiting for both to display more basing action.
I found two very interesting takeaways from Monday's sharp market reversal.
And if you want a stock that has bucked the broad market decline, consider Jackson Financial.
I am profoundly impressed with CEO Le Peuch's commentary and outlook.
PLUG has a number of high volume clients and that could be huge going forward.
A lot has changed in a week, with the bears gaining the upper hand again.
Two names look like they have more upside potential than a futures contract. Here's what I'd wait for.
Let's drill down on the charts.
How would Russia's invasion of Ukraine impact the bottom-lines of companies like Starbucks or Marriott? Let's see how Europe's energy woes can have major implications for U.S. businesses.
Also, Uranium Energy Corp. spurts higher while the Dow Transports continue to sag, though they did bounce a bit on Thursday.
The indexes manage to register a mixed day on Thursday as St. Louis Fed President James Bullard speaks on the fed funds rate.
Prices for real assets -- including crude oil and manure -- are rising; here's how I plan to benefit, and how you can, too.
Here's what I expect before renewed gains.
There wasn't much to like about Tuesday's trading session, which saw many issues give back some or all of Monday's gains.
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Let's check in on the charts again.
As the president promises to tap into the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, let's review three energy names.
As we close out this messy quarter, we can most likely expect more volatility to trade.
I believe we're still in the third inning of the energy rally and I see an opportunity in XOM.
We should be investing in companies that make things and provide vital infrastructure to power the planet.