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It's seeing institutional buying, and if it breaks out, you should consider joining in.
Independent oil and gas companies could be the best bargains in the market right now.
Maybe the president will see that nat gas provides the cornerstone to a new U.S. energy policy.
Apache, a high-quality name by any measure, is flashing bearish signs -- so I'm buying under this level.
If you're a Cisco breakout buyer, a high-volume move above this level will be your signal.
Here's how to play the inexorable move into this clean, abundant fuel.
The upshot of last week's CERA energy conference: Nat gas is where it's at.
The accelerated uptrend continues to hold as the market rides the 10-day moving average.
Higher pump prices could get nat-gas vehicles moving, and nat-gas stocks are dirt cheap.
Some major drillers are curbing nat-gas operations, and that should mark a bottom in the commodity.
These names should continue to perform for your portfolio.
We need confirmation that the recovery is intact, but we're not getting it today.
Zynga reported earnings that were short of estimates in its first quarter as a publicly traded company.
Among gas exploration stocks, HP looks set to break down, but approach DVN with caution.
Research indicates the controversial gas and oil recovery method is getting safer and cheaper to use.
People aren't willing to buy oil and gas stocks that have a preponderance of nat gas.
Nvidia is at a pretty good buy point, but the volatility of the broad market demands that you be careful.