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Saudi Oil Minister Threatens Oil Short Traders, but It's the Longs Liquidating

Shorts have not even started pressing over the price yet.

50-Day Line in the Sand, Don't Blame Powell, Crude Awakening: Market Recon

Plus, the chart of Novocure Limited is a real attention-grabber while the chart of Apple bears watching.

As Oil Rises, So Will This Dividend King

National Fuel Gas has a diversified business model, a long history of dividend increases, and a solid 4.2% dividend yield

Jim Cramer: Oil and Bank Stocks Are a Toxic Mix

People continually want to buy these names because they are cheap. But are they really?

Here's a Trading Strategy for Unloved Crude Oil

Wednesday's bounce in oil prices presents a selling opportunity; here's how to go about it.

Could Copper Be the Next Shoe to Drop?

The metal's price has held up well, but it could be a different story if post-lockdown demand starts to ebb, particularly in China.

The Oil Market Is Cheap, So Why Does It Keep Falling?

Cheap can always get cheaper in the commodity space, and this will be true for the oil markets until demand picks up.

Biglari Holdings Still Has a Lot to Prove

Still, shares have had a nice run since bottoming in March.

Chevron Has Long-Term Future Growth, and it's a Dividend Aristocrat

As the global economy returns to normal, CVX's financial results should normalize as well.

Jim Cramer: All These Stocks Are Not Quite 'Dow and Out'

Let's look at the Dow Jones' swapping of Exxon for Salesforce, Pfizer for Amgen and Raytheon for Honeywell.

Is U.S. Natural Gas in a Bull Market?

Judging by how cheap gas stocks are, the question is if this is the start of a new bull market or just another bear market squeeze.

Were U.S.-Chinese Trade Talks Delayed by Secret Chinese Meeting?

The top leaders of the Chinese Communist Party may be holding their annual seaside gathering to discuss policy. Or maybe not.

Is It Inflation or Deflation? You Can't Have Both

Let's pick apart what's going on, and why we should worry about stagflation.

I'm Done With BP and Here's Why

And I'm now out of direct exposure to energy.

Chevron Shows It's Pretty Slick With Noble Energy Deal

Just like Berkshire Hathaway, this energy giant proves how cash-rich companies will make mincemeat of the little guys in an economic downturn.

Chevron Acquires Noble Energy, and Here's How I'd Trade It

What does this deal do for Chevron?

Growth vs. Value: Can Cheap Get Any Cheaper?

It is tempting, but daunting, for a portfolio manager to try and call the unwinding of the growth/value trade to make a name for themselves.

My 1, 2, 3 Analysis of the Markets

Has a change in sentiment occurred or is this just normal market volatility?

Is the Oil Rally Exhausted?

Oil prices have recovered on supply cuts and increased demand, but specs have already loaded up on longs.

Is This a True Recovery or an Unwind? All Eyes on Powell and the Yield Curve

Let's see how the Fed Chairman Jerome Powell can justify more liquidity measures as jobs data have improved and asset markets rebound strongly.

Will Chevron's Shares Make a Comeback as Oil Prices Rebound?

Let's check out the charts and indicators.

Jim Cramer: There Are a Handful of Oils I'd Own

A big cap dividend producer, a company with the best assets, two larger growth companies, and my favorite, Parsley Energy.

Emerson Electric: Dividend King Trading at a Discount

EMR is a storied company with a long history of generating steady growth year after year, regardless of the broader economic outlook.

Don't 'Peg' Your Hopes on Sustainable Oil Prices

There is a lot of oil that needs to be soaked up before we see higher sustainable prices, and meanwhile the Saudi-U.S. relationship is thicker than crude.

Will Natural Gas Follow Oil Higher?

We anticipate the price of gas to trade sideways to higher overall in the coming months.

Georgia on My Mind

The reopening -- a careful and well-planned one -- looks more likely to move America back in the right direction: a 'V'-shaped recovery.

Seeing the Real Impact of Coronavirus as Oil Producers Slash Spending

We have seen the first-round effects of the virus, now it is time for Round 2.

Re-Energize Your Portfolio With This Dividend Stock

Brookfield Renewable Partners has a high yield and growth in renewable energy.

For Shipping Companies the Proof Is in the Payouts

There has been a windfall in profitability in this industry that none of the management teams are taking credit for predicting. None of them believe it's ending, either.

The Oil Market Is Slowly Rebalancing Itself

For now, recovering from oversold levels makes sense. But is this the start of a full-blown price recovery?