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These stocks are not for the faint of heart and the risk-averse.
Here are some picks from my 'Goga Stocks,' so named from The Republic of Georgia's Goga Bitadze -- you'll see what I mean...
After a five-year hiatus I'm ready to start throwing whammies in several directions.
Watching St. Louis top Boston on Wednesday proves key characteristics good investing: Don't give up, look for gems, and fear not management changes.
Here's how I'm trading the oil and energy markets amid the collateral damage from risk-off sentiment.
In a market full of noise it pays to focus on individual fundamentals. One of my favorite phrases is 'cash flow never lies.'
I am increasingly convinced the only way to generate sustainable trading profits is to wait until the market overreacts and take the opposite side.
If you are moderately bullish and have a longer-term horizon, buy the global integrated players and their strong balance sheets and lock in the yields.
The stock market just doesn't seem to grasp this Pax Arabica, and the bond markets are even worse.
With oil prices surging, keep these points in mind as you look to profit.
These small E&P names look promising, but airlines, automakers and shippers could see big problems.
Geopolitics and lower than average inventories pumping oil higher.
Big oil is lagging the market even as the commodity continues to accelerate.
U.S. inventories have fallen, consumption is growing, and OPEC is disciplined.
These names have well-above-market yields in addition to compelling valuations.
Still looking for market-beating ideas in the warmth of an overheated market.
This portfolio is designed to produce a blended yield of 6% to 8%.
It's a great time to invest in smaller E&Ps, and these 3 will outperform the markets for the balance of 2017.
To buy or short an independent energy stock with commodity prices at current levels, it takes deep-dive research on individual names.
The financing window is wide open, but that will make it harder for investors to profit.
Strength in certain names has been sold, but I don't think the small-cap oils trade is over.
Its debt-free status gives it the ability to lock in high returns by buying undervalued producing assets.
Strap in and wait for the market to re-price these names to sane levels.
Holding them for 5 years could pay off -- big.
And when they do, it will spell opportunity for domestic shale oil producers, big and small.