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Currency traders see the Trump administration boosting manufacturing via a weak dollar.
If you followed our advice you should be long APA.
APA made a very impressive stand and now looks ready for a break higher.
Over-extension? Yeah, that could be it, or maybe the inflows of cash are merely slowing down.
Many market conventions are falling by the wayside in this wildly bullish market.
Looking at the charts of APA this morning we are encouraged.
Don't write off the worst stocks in the S&P 500 from 2017 just yet.
On Monday, more natural gas was burnt in a nationwide effort to stay warm than ever before.
Perhaps this was simply the case of a wide stampede toward a small doorway.
Dow ends some 40 points lower after shedding as much as 350 points earlier in the day.
Here are 3 explanations for the surge.
There is some promise that the worst may be over for APA shares.
The planet will likely never ever need to consume less energy tomorrow than it did yesterday.
A heavy load of economic data and earnings, led by Apple, dominated the week's business news.
The synchronized global recovery is playing a role.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer shares his thoughts on trending stocks such as CBS Corporation, Discovery, Comcast, Broadcom, Apache and AIG.
My economist side would clearly prefer a rules-based approach toward monetary policy.
U.S. stocks largely shrugged off the impact of Hurricane Harvey and renewed geopolitical stress with North Korea.
A look at three discipline names to consider as oil begins to turn around.
The stock has lost some 30% since Cramer bought it for his charitable trust.
Callout: Results and guidance lift markets, dodging D.C. drama.
The oil producer recently had looked attractive fundamentally and technically, but now is projecting a downside move.
Wherever a dart lands next is an even better short than the last toss.
It's a rare energy play that combines profitability with reduced borrowing costs and few nonperforming assets.
The whole selloff had an apocalyptic feel.
Watching things get worse while hoping they'll get better is very draining.
We should sit up and take notice of EQT paying $6.7 billion for Rice Energy.