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Despite Friday's significant upward move, shares still have room to run.
Stephanie Link and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, revealhow to trade stocks ahead of earnings season: retail, banks, tech.
I know it's scary to dive in here, but confidence is rising as well, meaning a shift in market character.
One of these is being priced wrong -- and I'm guessing it's the former. It's time to get on board.
Changing energy policies to force oil companies to drill domestically is an abandonment of the free market.
Rumors of a showdown with Iran are still only rumors, but one thing is certain: Oil's upside is boundless.
This is a stock pickers market and a good time to detect relative strength and weakness plays.
Just because Iran's rhetoric is driving up oil prices, you don't have to shun oil stocks.
These companies are suffering from low margins, and their stocks are getting hit, but this will change.
The appetite for our oil and natural gas leaves three companies sharing the catbird seat.
Everything looks good here, but wait for a pullback before you consider an entry.
You can draw a line from Europe's recession to a hard year for U.S. oil stocks.
It's fashionable to pore over the latest holdings from Einhorn or Buffett, but some lesser-known fund managers can offer powerful insights as well.
Transporting fuel after it has been produced is one of the most overlooked challenges of the exploration-and-production industry.
CQP's challenge will be to receive the financing, especially since it has no equity to offer banks.
I expect strong third-quarter beats from all the commodity-exposed industrials and particularly strong guidance.
These stocks are priced for a collapse in crude, but oil is holding firm.
With the larger names, you can find growing dividends and decent yields.
Many companies are doing much better, balance sheets are improved and more safeguards are in place.