|Day Low/High||11.65 / 12.20|
|52 Wk Low/High||3.80 / 33.77|
Apache, a high-quality name by any measure, is flashing bearish signs -- so I'm buying under this level.
The upshot of last week's CERA energy conference: Nat gas is where it's at.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Sirius XM Radio, Cheniere Energy, and Las Vegas Sanda.
Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet.com, goes underweight energy and reduces Cramer's CharitableTrust portfolio to 30 names.
Consider a potential short in OSIS and a bullish trade in APA.
U.S. indices were poised to begin Thursday's session lower, as traders awaited several economic and earnings reports.
Whether oil stays here or drops back to $90, these oil producers are winners in my book.
These stocks should have much further to run in 2012, and now is not the time to be afraid to buy them.
These two names have good technical setups ahead of their earnings reports.
Tomorrow is the last day of the month, so it's ok to step back if you feel you do not have an edge.
Two oil-production names could benefit in the event Iranian oil ceases to flow to the EU.
Apache and Chesapeake are in the headlines today -- both deserve a look from the long side after these moves.
Futures were pointed higher as eurozone officials discuss terms to refinance Greece's debt.
Changing energy policies to force oil companies to drill domestically is an abandonment of the free market.
Rumors of a showdown with Iran are still only rumors, but one thing is certain: Oil's upside is boundless.
Just because Iran's rhetoric is driving up oil prices, you don't have to shun oil stocks.
My plan is to shift from investing in stocks that act like bonds and back to stocks that trade like stocks.
Commodity prices are holding up much better, and oil-service stocks are worth watching.
When you play for momentum and that level doesn't hold, you must act quickly and lighten up.