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NAT's story really can be distilled into one word: scarcity.
The oil market has been hurt by increasing supply from U.S. shale, despite Iranian and Venezuelan oil sanctions and prices propped up by OPEC+.
Five G is about massive digitization for pretty much everything and it's simply not believed.
Where are we headed in 2019? The independent research firm's equity analysts offer their prognostications for the year.
The scale is weighted toward the bears and industrial names in particular.
And oil will continue to slowly but surely rally to the end of the year.
The OPEC agreement puts a floor under oil I don't think will ever again be breached.
For all you oil bulls in the market, here are the U.S. drillers ready to take off.
EOG Resources' purchase of Yates Petroleum: Are they sure about that?
So this will be your last opportunity to target some great oil companies.
It looks like U.S. alternative oil sector, not the Saudis, is determining prices.
Time to take a profit from these oil names, and await new entry points.
Opportunistic companies, cost cuts and profitable acreage have all helped.
This game is about the pace and sustainability of a global rebalancing of the oil market.
And what were analysts thinking in upgrading Continental Resources and Pioneer Natural Resources?
Lots of energy names facing the potential for lower prices.
As oil slides, tension builds over possible exit of U.K. from European Union.
Harold Hamm, the founder and CEO of Continental Resources is raising his target price of oil by 20%, but TheStreet's Jim Cramer said the oilman's forecast is too high.
You can't get oil to go higher from here if you start pumping again.
This oil name still offers some value, despite the rally in many oil names.
These names have gotten ahead of themselves, but should deliver outstanding mid-term profits.
Family infighting among oil producers at Doha could be the best news in a long time for investors in oil firms.