Cull ETFs and split shares to make stocks more attractive.
China's massive spending spree evident in the first quarter is in the past now. Here is what it means.
Things may be dull right now, but the risk is to the upside.
Volume is like a 'polygraph test.'
Oil prices may be surging, but the rising tide of crude so far isn't lifting up shares of Halliburton.
Over the past nine reports, HAL has closed red seven times with another essentially being flat.
Saudi Arabia is primed to pick up the slack in the oil markets with the impending loss of Iranian crude as the Trump Administration ratchets up the pressure on Tehran.
Until the production and exploration companies start gaining momentum it will be hard for service companies to do the same.
I believe the best move here is to cut the position in half and take a loss.
For those willing to play the oil services game, SLB is the better long position going forward than HAL.