As oil recovers and begins to stabilize both the stock price and cash flow of companies in the space, dividend payments could drive strong portfolios.
Corn appears to be poised for gains, but it's important to limit risks when setting up a trade in the commodity.
And watching the Fed rate-hike decision.
But there is a lot of oil in the market, so if the market does undergo a recession or a slowdown, oil prices can, and will, trade lower.
All eyes are on the Fed now, and all Powell needs to do is stick with the 'gradual rate hikes' story.
But there is no catalyst right now, and there are so many other sectors with better prospects.
This is becoming a game for adrenalin junkies, as trade wars and negative headlines are increasingly the nemesis of the market.
Shares of the British oil giant rose 2.13% on Monday, closing the day's trading at $41.19 per share.
Mother nature wasn't destructive enough to permanently shut down BP's Alaskan pipeline.
Treasury bears have been bold and vocal, but sentiment should change to catch up with stocks and commodities.