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I'm adding shares in the energy sector and industrials, and have pocketed profits in airlines.
If you have conviction about a company, don't be afraid to pull the trigger.
Take advantage of the swoon in the energy sector to stock up on some of our favorite names.
Natural gas prices have been slowly but steadily rising since April 2012.
Citi (C) is upgrading Devon Energy (DVN) to a Buy rating and raising its price target to $96 from $75 per share.
Utilities, technology and energy outperformed, but are unlikely to keep it up.
Hologic, Symantec and TE Connectivity could all benefit from the current M&A binge.
If you step out of the blinding spotlight, the truly rewarding buying opportunities become obvious.
GreenHunter Resources are Energy Recovery are two small-cap water treatment plays to consider.
Energy, banks and food stocks are roaring, and momentum tech is still too risky.
This latest clean-energy push also spells opportunity in nat gas.
Given the overall lack of profit growth, these nicely priced earnings growers should continue to do well.
I expect to continue an overweight position in my own portfolio throughout 2014.
Jim Cramer takes RealMoney's Dan Dicker on a victory lap for his positive call on Anadarko and asks him if there's another sleeper energy name out there ready to unleash that kind of quick value.
RealMoney's Dan Dicker reveals why he shifted from short-term trading to a mid- to longer-term frame of mind when transitioning from trading in the oil pits to buying and selling stock.