Forward-looking income investors could be getting a high-quality business at a bargain price.
I don't want to be too aggressive, but I see a small upside exposure in XOM.
BP has become an appealing stock for income investors.
I see the demand side getting stronger. But it's the supply side that's got me dubious.
Low commodity prices are generally the best cure for low commodity prices...we're seeing signs of this phenomenon in energies.
If inflation doesn't translate to higher Treasury yields, here's where will it appear and what you do to benefit from it.
Shorts have not even started pressing over the price yet.
Plus, the chart of Novocure Limited is a real attention-grabber while the chart of Apple bears watching.
National Fuel Gas has a diversified business model, a long history of dividend increases, and a solid 4.2% dividend yield
People continually want to buy these names because they are cheap. But are they really?