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I think investors deserve much better than to say that there's no opportunity for income in this market.
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The storied but out-of-favor name could retrace a recent rally, which could present an opportunity to buy.
Its charts indicate that the oil giant lacks aggressive buyers of its shares.
This is a dividend name, so building equity will be important, and writing puts increases equity risk at a discount.
The great news about the pent-up demand rally? While these stocks have been creeping up they are now going to explode higher.
The end of unbridled, pro-fossil fuel is over and, incredibly, that's good news for oil and gas companies.
I will come back to these names over and over again as we are now in the sweet spot for many.
One of the most-hated sectors of the market is taking off, and it's not too late to get on board.
Many CEOs disagreed with a number of Trump's positions and are looking forward to a new, more predictable regime.
Let's head to the oil patch for a look at Chevron and Pioneer Natural Resources.
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Plus, we check out up the bevy of reasons for this week's negative market behavior.
These names are displaying both technical and quantitative deterioration.
I see the demand side getting stronger. But it's the supply side that's got me dubious.
The oil giant that recently was booted from the Dow Jones Industrials catches the eye of this value investor, but he isn't ready to buy yet.
As the global economy returns to normal, CVX's financial results should normalize as well.
Let's look at the Dow Jones' swapping of Exxon for Salesforce, Pfizer for Amgen and Raytheon for Honeywell.
A simple covered call strategy seems appropriate here.
The market's performance in the three months leading up to a presidential election has displayed an uncanny ability to forecast which party will win the White House.
Plus, it could be quite a while before the labor market can absorb all those people who are out of jobs.