|Day Low/High||64.80 / 68.48|
|52 Wk Low/High||27.00 / 81.21|
I remain a day timeframe trader in the energy sector for now.
Adams Natural Resources Fund is an excellent play on a long-term rebound in energy stocks.
These full-scale panics are made for those with some courage and capital left. I have both.
The two energy names have similar, interesting patterns.
Demand is good, but we're pumping far more than I thought.
For those who have been patient, you're about to be rewarded.
Wednesday's numbers are crucial. If levels hold, these stocks should bounce big.
It doesn't need to flood the world with oil in order to stay afloat.
Jim Cramer answers viewers’ Twitter questions Monday from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Closed-end funds offer oil and gas exposure at a discount to already bargain prices.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer is questioning the consensus that there's a big oil glut in the United States, asking why the U.S. is importing oil if there's a glut.
Earnings news, the monthly employment report, and commodity prices top the list of what to watch in the week ahead.
Dan Dicker, energy contributor at thestreet.com, takes a victory lap on his call for a 'double-dip' drop in oil prices he made in June.
Crude oil fundamentals are as weak as they have been in 2015 due to a massive over supply of product and lack of global demand.
Dan Dicker, Energy contributor at TheStreet.com, talks to Jim Cramer about the melting away of oil prices and the related oil stocks.
Let's hope that things are finally so painful that a whoosh occurs.
The energy sector, particularly Exploration and Production (E&P) stocks have been beaten down as its commodity, crude oil, remains weak due to the oversupply glut and lack of seasonal demand.
Duke Energy's recent increase puts its payout at the high end of the industry range.
Watch commodities (and your cash) as Greece plays out.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer and Jack Mohr focus on energy stocks to own in the second half of 2015 and the possibility for consolidation in the sector.
Dan Dicker, energy contributor at thestreet.com, talks with Jim Cramer about both the positive and negative fundamentals working on the price of a barrel of oil.