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Dan Dicker, energy contributor at TheStreet, talks with Jim Cramer about the aborted buyout offer of Apache Corp (APA) by Anadarko Petroleum (APC).
That's much needed among the independents right now.
Dan Dicker, Energy Contributor at TheStreet, talks to Jim Cramer about the strange world of current oil prices and oil stocks.
I see a strong chart that tells me someone has aggressively bought the stock in the past two months.
As always, it was good standing in for Doug Kass here on the Daily Diary today, with lots of good, lively commentary. Markets sold off a bit into the close, with all major indices ending slightly down on the last trading day of October. It was a ve...
Investors should take note of executives' recent comments, with the caveat that they're not infallible.
We are still in the final throes of the oil bust cycle, but stocks will begin to react to a turnaround.
Between this Congressional bill and commercial hedging activity, there will be no major constructive moves in oil until 2016.
These stocks are great values, but it's not just the share price, it's the relative price.
Round 1 of a larger review of energy stocks, more on specific names in tomorrow's column.
U.S. stocks opened higher Tuesday. The Bank of Japan is staying put on interest rates but will continue to stimulate its economy as it worries about exports and output.
It is possible that the worst has already happened.
Although itis never comfortable buying into a selloff, it will look very smart in 6 months.
Plus, an update on Qualcomm and what to look for after Amazon reports earnings.
Oil prices are starting the day soft based on stories about above-quota production by Saudi Arabia and Iraq. I'd use any weakness in the sector to selectively add to positions in the group today. My thinking on the sector is: I'm bullish on oil pric...
Devon Energy (DVN) has bounced back from the drop in oil and natural gas prices faster than most of its fellow shale drillers.
While many are wary of U.S. shale producers, there is still great value to be found longer term with companies that are executing prudent strategies.
With oil near $60, some say yes. But what about supply overhang?
Part of the move in the energy space has been due to sector rotation as equity managers look for value in the market and the weaker dollar.
Surprises can be highly indicative future stock performance.
Airlines are down on oil's rise and Chesapeake Energy (CHK) up over 5% after it was added to B. Riley's February focus list, which includes analysts' "best idea" for the month. These mid-majors I believe are the sweet spot to invest in the beaten do...