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Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at the economic data and earnings reports slated for the coming week.
High oil prices hurt virtually every corner of the market -- so why are stocks sinking with crude?
Stocks that break out across multiple time frames are likely to run further still. Here are some to watch.
Buyable stocks are still out there -- they're just getting more elusive. Here are a couple of possibilities.
Here are some late-cycle pure plays that can help you capitalize on oil's run.
The only pocket of weakness is biotech. Other leading sectors are holding up just fine.
These names should continue to perform for your portfolio.
Whether oil stays here or drops back to $90, these oil producers are winners in my book.
Investors shrug off some poor reports and bid up stocks across all sectors.
Unless you see a shift in price for the fuel these trends will be reinforced.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include John & Johnson, Netflix, and Continental Resources.
People aren't willing to buy oil and gas stocks that have a preponderance of nat gas.
The appetite for our oil and natural gas leaves three companies sharing the catbird seat.
We can glimpse hope if we allow the strength of our economy to shine through.
They work so hard to stop our own resources from coming in to play and block new job creation.
This oil shale has enormous potential, and U.S. companies let you avoid some global turmoil.
Our country is going to need much more natural gas as a bridge fuel until we get to renewables
These stocks are priced for a collapse in crude, but oil is holding firm.