C&J Energy Services Ltd (CJES)

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OTC : Basic Materials
Prev Close 0.36
Open 0.35
Day Low/High 0.35 / 0.37
52 Wk Low/High 0.17 / 6.23
Volume 351.64K
Avg Volume 5.60M
Exchange OTC
Shares Outstanding 120.04M
Market Cap 37.21M
EPS -8.50
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

2 Successful Investors Walk Into an Oil Patch...

Big values are found in the portfolios of smaller, lesser known investors.

The Growth vs. Value Debate

The answer is that both can work.

Watch 13f of Successful Small Investors

It's harder to gain an edge eyeing just the popular big players.

The Best Unpaid Research Department

The SEC's 13-F filings are a wonderful resource.

C&J Energy downgraded at Cowen

Seven to Watch

Seven to Watch

Trading at 7x earnings, these stocks are all poised to outperform the market this year.

Go for the ROE

A simple but potentially effective screen for growth and value investors.

C&J Energy downgraded at JP Morgan

Pouring Oil on Volatility

Pouring Oil on Volatility

Here are two unloved and oversold stocks in the oil patch that should reward investors facing an uncertain summer.

For Your Consideration

For Your Consideration

Form 13H is a great starting point for investment ideas, but do your own homework.

What About Rose Colored Swans?

What About Rose Colored Swans?

Somebody, somewhere has a better answer to our fiscal problems than our current policies.

The Search for Energy Independence

The Search for Energy Independence

This sector is poised to be a major source of profits for value investors over the next decade.

Can't Shake Off the Continent

Can't Shake Off the Continent

Eurozone worries weigh down better-than-expected U.S. jobs data.

A Disappointing Follow-Up

A Disappointing Follow-Up

Those who were chasing yesterday are having second thoughts today.

Shake Off the Fear

Shake Off the Fear

Can buyers build some confidence in the market and turn it back upward?

Staying Selective

Staying Selective

It would be nice to see more confidence and aggressive buying before jumping in further.

Doom and Gloom Persist

Doom and Gloom Persist

There is no reason to be aggressive until the action improves.

A Holiday Wish From Mo-Mo Traders

A Holiday Wish From Mo-Mo Traders

If the focus on Europe can abate a bit, individual stock-picking can come back to the fore.

Need to Rebuild a Wall of Worry

Need to Rebuild a Wall of Worry

What worries me the most about the market is the tendency toward lopsided action.

The Weak Action Is a Healthy Sign

The Weak Action Is a Healthy Sign

It means patient holders can take gains and underinvested bulls have a chance to buy a dip.

Focusing on the Oil Sector

Focusing on the Oil Sector

My stock of the week has moved through resistance and is attracting momentum money.

The Getting Is Good

The market can run because of poor positioning, the need for relative performance and positive seasonality.

No Need to Rush

This market looks quite poor right now, so just be ready to act when the action turns positive.

Out of Position

Players are scrambling to add long exposure as this market refuses to let them in easily.

Buyers Are Skeptical

If you were caught too long yesterday it is very tempting to use the early strength to cut back.

Nibbling on the Weakness

I'm taking advantage of the opportunities that are setting up, but timing is still the key.

Focused on Gold

These two gold stocks are off to good starts this morning.

Sell First, Ask Questions Later

Fears that Jefferies may be another MF Global show how emotions generated by headlines drive this market.

Gap-Up and Sit

The market has run into resistance, and we're too extended to make a breakout.