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Because it's the last OPEC meeting likely to bias oil prices lower.
This is the key moment to develop a long-term energy portfolio.
Wall Street bias and bonus weightings have slowed necessary industry steps.
What does Gundlach have to say now that oil and the market are rising?
As oil stabilizes, sell a put spread for April expiration in CLR.
As oil bust plays out, are any stocks looking investable?
Which companies can survive the unexpected capital stresses of this price bust?
The ratings agency reviewed the prospects for 20 U.S.-based oil and gas companies and downgraded 10.
Everyone is playing the same game of cutting to the bone and praying the other guy can't hang on as long.
Capitulation event that hit company may be lying in wait for others.
Despite getting clobbered, if any company is up to the challenge, this one is.
Heading into the meeting, there are parallels to last year, but also key differences.
Dan Dicker, energy contributor at TheStreet, talks with Jim Cramer about the aborted buyout offer of Apache Corp (APA) by Anadarko Petroleum (APC).
Between this Congressional bill and commercial hedging activity, there will be no major constructive moves in oil until 2016.
I'll add to positions in down days in crude and stocks.
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.
But even in this downswing, there may be opportunities, Williams among them.
Dan Dicker, Energy contributor at TheStreet.com, talks to Jim Cramer about the melting away of oil prices and the related oil stocks.
The energy sector, particularly Exploration and Production (E&P) stocks have been beaten down as its commodity, crude oil, remains weak due to the oversupply glut and lack of seasonal demand.
Dan Dicker, energy contributor at thestreet.com, talks with Jim Cramer about both the positive and negative fundamentals working on the price of a barrel of oil.
A look at the changing market conditions favoring shale oil producers in the Bakken play of North Dakota.
The key level for oil is $57, where it has bounced before.
Better oil prices, opportunity for more asset sales fuel improved outlook.
Low oil prices will last for several more quarters and there will be massive changes in the oil patch that will accompany this very slow recovery.