It may be better to do some selling and ask questions later.
The oil market is not only about supply but it is also about demand.
As traders check the fundamental story, here are my price targets.
Trends are relative to time frame, and energy traders must decide which bet to make -- and when to make it -- as I see a big swing ahead.
How alarming is it that six months after inflation had apparently peaked, we now see prices heating up in parts of the economy that had not been as hot as others?
Here's how to trade it.
As we worry about rate hikes from the Fed, the lights are flickering in Europe. Here are the tough questions investors need to consider now.
Be careful when listening to those who make assumptions about what will happen with energy amid the war on Ukraine.
As we head into the fall, here are the problems I see in the greater global economy and the markets -- and my take on how to be positioned.
OPEC+, European gas prices and the UK's new PM could have repercussions for investors worldwide.
An energy crisis is sweeping across the continent with notable ramifications for our economy and market.
The market did need a three-day weekend, but beware beware of the old Wall Street adage, 'Short weeks are always long.'
These energy companies are benefitting from high demand and tight supply.
Let's shine a light on the evils of easy money and how to invest now that the spigot is turned down.
The Fed was too easy for far too long and now will be too tight, probably for far too long.
Let me show you how to trade SLB as I see WTI crude closing below $95.
Let's look at the euro, dollar and yuan and see what a Fed pivot could do to the buck.
I'm taking positions for quick trades and nibbling on long-term favorites.
Sellers went into Friday with huge six-to eight-week profits, and came out of Monday with cash in hand.
The earth's oil supply is only going in one direction -- down -- and here's what that means for investors.
With oil down over the last two days, BP's stock has held up.
It could swing past the point where things look normal or OK to a point where things look bad again.
Investors are cheering the slowing pace of inflation's increase, but prices are still way up, which means the Fed is going to continue to take liquidity out of the system.
The Strive U.S. Energy exchange-traded fund is billed as an anti-ESG ETF. Let's see how it stacks up against the similar Energy Select SPDR Fund.
It's the best of both worlds, a hydrocarbon company that also has a green component.
Here's the shift in the narrative I expect over the coming days.
Oil demand appears to be slipping as supply picks up, which indicates lower prices are ahead.
The commodity has fallen back into the pre-war trading pattern.
These names are are growing their earnings and dividends thanks to $90+ oil.
We'll be focused in particular on the underemployment numbers.