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The tug of the futures gives you phenomenal prices you don't deserve. Let me show you what I mean -- and why the early bird gets the bargain.
The choice is clear among large-cap producers that have been outperforming.
Let's analyze the payouts and prospects for Exxon, Chevron and Shell.
Exxon Mobil continues to move forward with oil discoveries outside the U.S. as much of the world remains caught in an energy poverty trap.
But you'll be dealing with exchange rates, local elections, and all manner of other externalities.
Let's look at XOM's management, why it just lost a couple board seats and what I see ahead.
These plays are diversified across three distinct areas -- global exploration, oil services and MLPs.
My slightly different approach uses a combination of fundamental and technical factors.
I'm more focused on the production, manufacture and transport of materials raw, finished and refined than ever before.
Let's look at the companies that can go up, and the ones that can't.
Sure you can but any of these, but do not buy all of them because you will be betting against the business cycle.
Plus, ServiceNow is a stock worth stalking and Amazon is a stock worth celebrating.
If you hate the taxman, you'll continue to be an owner of stocks, not a seller.
With its exceptional 10% distribution yield, MPLX is an ideal stock for income-oriented investors who want to get into energy.
With a 7% yield, Enbridge is an ideal high-dividend stock for income investors.
We have crypto worshippers, false idols and those who believe selling can equal betrayal.
Several signs point to underperformance for energy names in the near term.
One of the most continual themes in this market is that anything that was liked last year is hated this year.
Let's check out some charts on the energy giant.
Shell suffered along with the rest of the oil and gas sector last year. But it could be a good dividend play once again.
Upon hearing of Buffett's latest moves, I pulled up the charts. What I found was a little surprising.
The acceptance by corporate America and the rest of corporate earth certainly makes knocking bitcoin off of its pedestal more difficult.
* Verizon and Chevron purchased, banks and gold sold * None of these portfolio moves surprised me - but some might surprise the markets Warren Buffett pulled down his cash position a bit and got more busy in the latest reporting period. Notably: ...
One of the scary stories deals with what could happen if there was coordinated gaming of the U.S. dollar.