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Pipeline players Magellan Midstream Partners and Enterprise Products were hit hard by slumping energy investment in 2015, but both are primed to bounce back in the coming year.
Procter & Gamble (PG) has seen its shares sink over 21% so far in 2015 due to currency headwinds and a shifting strategy for its brand portfolio.
Closed-end funds offer oil and gas exposure at a discount to already bargain prices.
Let's hope that things are finally so painful that a whoosh occurs.
Despite some concerns about debt, it looks like a bargain to me.
By abandoning the master limited partnership structure that he pioneered, he unlocks massive shareholder value.
These quality names look appealing on the basis of 30-week moving average.
They want less politics and more guidance on companies that make money.
The Commerce Department in late June approved Pioneer Natural Resources and Enterprise Products Partners to export condensates abroad, giving advocates hope that Congress will lift its 40-year oil export ban.
Oracle announced Monday the purchase of Micros Systems for $5.3B and plans to combine their industry specific applications with its own.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer is concerned about Twitter's stock lockup expiration this week but he says Twitter's deal with Amazon is a step in the right direction.
Pipeline operators have lagged the upward move, but probably not for long.
Digging deeper into unknown names that pop up on scans can be a rewarding enterprise.
It's unnerving that almost every strong stock has a poorly performing company underneath it.