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There's been a lot of buzz about the upcoming ConocoPhillips spinoff -- but you'll get better value after the air is let out of this one.
Currently, 16 out of the 61 stocks are now eligible to buy (down from 25 out of 56 two weeks ago). Below is an updated list of buy levels on selected stocks that I have mentioned on Real Money Pro. Since the last Levels column, the market has rallie...
These American titans should offer a measure of safety during periods of market turmoil.
If you buy this solid oil name before Monday, you'll also get shares of its refining and marketing spinoff.
US companies looking to export surplus gas to faraway nations may be in for a big surprise.
In today's example, we'll look at how we could pick up some ConocoPhillips shares for a discount.
ConocoPhillips will host an analyst meeting to provide an update prior to the spinoff of its refinery business, Phillips 66, at the end of the month.
The technicals look different enough to pair Chesapeake and ConocoPhillips together.
It's seeing institutional buying, and if it breaks out, you should consider joining in.
If you're deft, you could make out nicely here -- but the snap-back promises to be harsh indeed.
For me, the most interesting names are those unafraid to invest in natural gas production. Here's my top pick.
The shares are highly likely to test $100. Just keep a trailing stop on any existing positions.
I haven't had much interest lately in behemoths like Exxon and Shell, but a key driver could change all that.
Demand is sinking, but prices just keep driving higher -- a trend that looks to persist for the time being.
If you're a Cisco breakout buyer, a high-volume move above this level will be your signal.
The fact the U.S. is now a net exporter of refined oil products raises interesting questions for the oil industry.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Sirius XM Radio, Cheniere Energy, and Las Vegas Sanda.
Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet.com, goes underweight energy and reduces Cramer's CharitableTrust portfolio to 30 names.
I am taking a different approach, even though you may see a familiar name or two.
Jim Cramer does not believe a study saying there is not as much natural gas in the ground as previously thought. The low price tells the supply story.
U.S. big oil names offer attractive yields and valuations and are intelligent investment plays.
United Technologies, Boeing and ConocoPhillips report earnings Wednesday and are likely to see an impact from the high price of oil.