Let's analyze the payouts and prospects for Exxon, Chevron and Shell.
How peculiar that the last day of a calendar can still drive frenzied activity given that most folks can follow their money on a daily or even real-time basis these days.
Play that dynamic in your portfolio.
Perhaps the most important intermarket relationship is the correlation between crude oil and the S&P.
China buys low and sells high when it comes to commodities, which makes its latest moves worth watching for telltale economic signs.
The oil consortium can cause prices to swing to and fro by manipulating supply, so it's worth watching its moves.
Some are saying that this is the most important Fed meeting in ages.
Exxon Mobil continues to move forward with oil discoveries outside the U.S. as much of the world remains caught in an energy poverty trap.
Plus, the Senate passes a big, fat bill to promote the nation's ability to compete on the technology innovation front.
We have never seen a bull run survive this large a net long holding.