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The big portfolio managers get ahead of the turn in cycles -- as we can see in oil services, semiconductors and autos, among other sectors. Here's how to play their game.
Fool me once but then stay fooled and may be you get it right?
This at-the-money, long call shooter is high risk, so use discretionary capital.
This market is all about being opportunistic.
It is not too late to buy oil companies that are spending to find more petroleum -- and servicers like Schlumberger that are also set to benefit.
From big box stores to railroads there's one surefire way to move forward.
Oil is trading near multi-year highs, so investors should take notice.
Unless CLB rallies to close above $127, a neutral to slightly negative stance is favored.
The stocks of companies that show good fundamentals are a buy, not a sell.
When you have a market that thinks only one thing is working and it doesn't bother with anything else, you have a market that's more treacherous than it seems.
Company's stock is getting carried away after report of big oil find.
And what were analysts thinking in upgrading Continental Resources and Pioneer Natural Resources?
With oil's downside defined and the upside meaning less to the stocks, there's a lot to like here.
Give the 21-day EMA time to catch up, and then look for reasons to be bullish.
This is a different market with systemic risk coming from all directions.
Demand is good, but we're pumping far more than I thought.
I continue to think that oil is putting in a bottom.
Perception trumps reality as stocks that should sink don't, while those that should rise tumble.
The news out of the Middle East indicates petroleum's price shouldn't go much lower.
Dan Dicker, energy contributor at thestreet.com, takes a victory lap on his call for a 'double-dip' drop in oil prices he made in June.
Jim Cramer answers Twitter (TWTR) questions from viewers on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.