Devon Energy Corporation (DVN)

9.80
0.98 11.11
NYSE
Prev Close 8.82
Open 9.56
Day Low/High 8.98 / 10.02
52 Wk Low/High 4.70 / 26.98
Volume 39.40M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 382.80B
Market Cap 3.43B
P/E Ratio N/A
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

What's Next With Natural Gas?

Natural gas is looking good again and on its way back to $3.25. Natural gas has been as intriguing a trade as that red delicious fruit this year with some awe inspiring volatility. So what next? I admit, I've gone from bullish to bearish to bullish ...

Doughnuts and Big Lots

Doughnuts and Big Lots

The charts of both KKD and BIG are showing potential for big moves.

A Healthy Pullback Would Be Constructive

A Healthy Pullback Would Be Constructive

Jill Malandrino and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, reveal how to trade stocks ahead of earnings season: retail, banks, tech.

It's a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

It's a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

Ultimately, the market has a nice bias to the upside with very little data ahead of it.

3 Stocks I Saw on TV, August 7

3 Stocks I Saw on TV, August 7

Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Best Buy, Caribou Coffee, and Chesapeake.

Defending Devon

Defending Devon

Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, defends her investment in Devon as she sees value in the company's long-term strategy.

Cramer: I'm Buying Devon For the Long-Term Strategy

Cramer: I'm Buying Devon For the Long-Term Strategy

Jim Cramer says despite the earnings disappointment this morning, he's buying Devon Energy today.

You Need to Be in the Nat-Gas Trade

You Need to Be in the Nat-Gas Trade

Summer demand is depleting the surplus, and the coming price rise is not reflected in the stocks.

Putting Takeouts to the Test

Putting Takeouts to the Test

This is my favorite metric for finding names that are ripe for the picking.

On Speculating Properly

On Speculating Properly

For one thing, these speculative energy names should not have comprised your entire portfolio.

Chevron A Good Buy At This Valuation

Chevron A Good Buy At This Valuation

Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, initiated a position in Chevron last week and will continue to build it out on dips.

DVN Investor Mtg.

Commodity Stocks Trying to Bottom

Commodity Stocks Trying to Bottom

Oil and gold shares look like they could finally be gaining a little traction.

Devon Energy downgraded at Wells

Dealing with the Hated

Dealing with the Hated

We are trying to be patient with Devon as we buy it on the way down.

Cramer: I Want The Board to Treat Chesapeake Energy Like the Cancer It Is

Cramer: I Want The Board to Treat Chesapeake Energy Like the Cancer It Is

Jim Cramer discusses how the board may not have been informed about all internal affairs at Chesapeake Energy.

Buying Into Earnings Disappointments

Buying Into Earnings Disappointments

If you're going to buy a post-earnings dip, here's what to watch for.

Nervousness Returns Ahead of Friday Jobs Report

Nervousness Returns Ahead of Friday Jobs Report

Investor confidence exhibits fragility ahead of big, official jobs report Friday.

Other Ways to Play Nat Gas

Other Ways to Play Nat Gas

Forget Chesapeake, but look at some other trades that are developing.

Devon Energy Is My Top Energy Pick

Devon Energy Is My Top Energy Pick

Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, reveals the handful of stocks she has been adding to in the beaten-up energy sector.

6 Potential Takeover Targets

6 Potential Takeover Targets

Get ready for an upcoming M&A rebound.

Stocks Under $10: Drilling for Profits

Stocks Under $10: Drilling for Profits

Portfolio Manager David Peltier searches for value in the energy sector.

Don't Change Strategy on One Data Point

Don't Change Strategy on One Data Point

Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, says after a 12% increase in the S&P 500 a market correction is understandable, but don't change your whole strategy on the jobs number.

Taking Profits Is Logical On This Correction

Taking Profits Is Logical On This Correction

Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, says after a 12% increase in the S&P 500 a market correction is understandable.

What a Horrendous Number

What a Horrendous Number

So what happens? Energy gets slaughtered.

Energy Gets a Second Wind

Energy Gets a Second Wind

I will take a few energy longs into the nonfarm payroll report.