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TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says his Action Alerts PLUS portfolio owns two banks stocks, Wells Fargo and Bank of America.
Wall Street bias and bonus weightings have slowed necessary industry steps.
Crude goes up, then it goes down, then stocks get pummeled.
What is driving it, and what to do with your mid- and long-term oil positions.
U.S. shale production isn’t going away, but not all shale is created equal and that should guide investment decisions in the sector, according to one expert.
The E&P's strategy has the hallmarks of its former CEO -- the smartest guy in oil.
Which companies can survive the unexpected capital stresses of this price bust?
Jim Cramer says his Action Alerts PLUS portfolio has one of the highest cash positions it’s had in a long time.
But things won't get substantially better until at least the third quarter.
The energy sector may be a tough place to invest in now, but there are four companies which could turn things around in 2016 even if oil prices remain low.
For offshore drillers in particular, next year unbelievably could make 2015 look tame.
Capitulation event that hit company may be lying in wait for others.
Jim Cramer said he’s nervous about UPS (UPS) on word of that Amazon (AMZN) is to seeking to lessen its reliance on the company.
The outlook for oil prices in the coming year could look a lot like it did in 2015, mostly horrible.
The standard view is that oil prices will keep falling -- but be ready in case they don't.
It will take a real and large production collapse to end the current bust.
But I am taking a small position in United States Natural Gas fund.
Dan Dicker, energy contributor at thestreet, talks with Rhonda Schaffler about the outcome of the OPEC meeting and the continuing price reaction in the oil market.
EOG, HES and XEC will be survivors as the market transforms itself.
I think of these bonds as falling into 3 categories: the bad, the ugly, and the might be good.
Heading into the meeting, there are parallels to last year, but also key differences.
Dan Dicker, Energy contributor at TheStreet, talks with Jim Cramer about the latest move down in oil, again approaching $40 a barrel.