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Let's dig into in the producer price index report -- if you can stomach it -- and see how to position amid rising costs.
Get some hydrocarbon exposure, and watch out for companies that cannot pass their price increases onto the end consumer.
FCG holdings list is 35 firms in natural gas exploration, drilling and production/distribution.
I prefer a long call shooter, but it is very risky, so only use discretionary capital.
This is our third nat-gas FCG trade in the past three months, and the last two brought nice profits.
The tactic is the near-the-money long call shooter for highly discretionary capital.
We should sit up and take notice of EQT paying $6.7 billion for Rice Energy.
Jim Cramer talked the oil and natural ndustries in light of EQT Corp.'s acquisition of fellow energy producer Rice Energy RICE for $6.7 billion.
Last week's natural gas price plunge creates "grand" short- and mid-term opportunities.
There are lots of talks about mergers and takeovers taking place behind the scenes.
Put this one on your shopping list of energy names for a year-end rally.
I'm adding more Southwestern Energy and looking at other 'mini-major' natural gas stocks, today.
Chipotle, Wendy's on the bull side and gold stocks on the bear side.
Shares of Sunoco Logistics are up 7% thus far in 2016 after plummeting 34% last year.
Natural gas names still have serious workout to accomplish before it's time to think about "survivor" stocks.
Dan Dicker, Energy Contributor at TheStreet, talks with Jim Cramer about the life of contract lows for U.S. natural gas stocks.
While earnings will tell the true tale, an interest payment on its senior notes is due next Friday.
EQT, Magnum, Range Resources, Rice Energy and Antero might 'pop.'
EOG Resources not only survived the past year’s dramatic drop in oil prices, but is now starting to thrive by turning $65 a barrel into the new $90.
Dan Dicker, senior energy contributor at TheStreet.com, talks with Stephanie Link, co-portfolio manager for Action Alerts PLUS, about the strange relative strength of natural gas.
As an investor, you don't need a weatherman to know which way earnings will go.