|Day Low/High||105.10 / 107.99|
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Bases in the energy market can take a long time to form.
A big cap dividend producer, a company with the best assets, two larger growth companies, and my favorite, Parsley Energy.
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The idea of paying $37 for someone to take a barrel has a lot to do with the malfunctioning of the way oil trades.
Demand is collapsing from global lockdowns, just as supply is surging from all the major, battle-ready producers, who refuse to blink first amid the price war.
SLB is our favorite diversified oil services stock to buy right now.
Closed-end funds provide several benefits to investors over mutual funds.
An unusual play on liquid natural gas, a one-of-a-kind royalty trust, a low-risk, diversified mutual fund, two high-yielding midstream MLPs, and a trio of oil ETFs.
Although this will be challenging in the short term, it may be an opportunity for large American companies to acquire assets.
Oil and gas producers plan to borrow more funds despite worries about transportation bottlenecks as those currently experienced in the Permian Basin.
EOG offers an attractive way to play the surge in oil prices being driven by geopolitical concerns.
EOG has a business formula that makes it an outstanding choice relative to its peers.
Stay diversified and stay the course, there's nothing here that's going to change things longer term.
Global private equity firms have raised billions of dollars over the last decade to invest in energy and infrastructure projects.
Transportation bottlenecks in booming Texas shale fields are making other locations more profitable.
Try this out-of-the-money, bullishly biased, long-call shooter in this sometimes-volatile sector on XLE's breakout potential.
Let's drill down on the charts again.
It is fitting that the next leader of Berkshire will be either Jain or Abel.
If you're looking to go long EOG, here's how to play it.
CES Energy Solutions, an oil chemical company, is capitalizing on the booming Permian oil region in West Texas.
A look at three discipline names to consider as oil begins to turn around.
Sellers of the energy name have become aggressive.
Wherever a dart lands next is an even better short than the last toss.
Prices have improved, but it would be good to see more volume and a more bullish tone before committing to the long side.