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If you are just catching up from the last year, Chesapeake Energy has balance sheet problems.
The S&P 500 ended in negative territory for 2015.
If you're trading during the final 2 sessions of 2015, don't worry about why the market is moving higher.
Oil stocks and gold, not so much.
Here's the remainder of my 15 Surprises for 2016 (click here for part one). Again, these aren't "predictions" for 2016, but rather a list of potential events that have a reasonable chance of occurring. Again, I call them "possible improbable events"...
The outlook for oil prices in the coming year could look a lot like it did in 2015, mostly horrible.
The standard view is that oil prices will keep falling -- but be ready in case they don't.
It will take a real and large production collapse to end the current bust.
Buy cheap names that will benefit from low oil prices instead.
The company is reportedly working with Evercore Partners to be looking for ways to attack its $11.6 billion debt burden.
Not time to panic yet, but keep a close watch on events.
But I am taking a small position in United States Natural Gas fund.
The mega-investor thinks they're ready to 'blow up,' but they won't.
"It is simple and self-evident (that) the high-yield bond market is just a keg of dynamite that will sooner or later blow up." -- Carl Icahn, CNBC's Fast Money (Dec. 11, 2015) Wrong, Carl! It's neither simple nor self-evident! I believe Icahn is wro...
But it all depends on whether oil and junk bonds will find a bottom.
Markets are looking at a down opening as crude trades at a seven-year low. It appears as if we'll give up yesterday's minor gains (and then some) when we open today. I hate to keep beating a dead horse, but the stock market is increasingly recognizi...
Jim Cramer tackled the issue of low oil prices when answering viewers’ questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Thursday.
More bad news for Chesapeake Energy raises the question about the safety of the dividend on its preferred shares.
investors may wonder if they want to double down on Icahn or view him as a contrary indicator.
I think of these bonds as falling into 3 categories: the bad, the ugly, and the might be good.
Jim Cramer says investors should sit-tight if they own natural gas and master limited partnership (MLPs) shares until they move higher.
Only Warren Buffett can invest like Warren Buffett but his plays in oil and gas are worth watching.
Volume has been heavy the past five weeks and gives us a hint that some longs have thrown in the towel.
He recently warned of 'danger ahead' for investors. Was he speaking to himself?
"Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player That struts and frets his hour upon the stage And then is heard no more. It is a tale Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, Signifying nothing." -- William Shakespeare, Macbeth Last week's market rally...
Moody's cites persistently weak cash flow and challenge to asset sales.
But we need to see more strength on a closing basis.