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Rotational action is the main theme Wednesday and good opportunities are out there.
Stocks are trading against resistance and will need good earnings to break through.
Strength likely in second quarter for this energy play.
From MLPs to gold, these securities should do well over the longer term.
Now what? Let's check the charts again.
If you're looking for something negative to say about this action about the only thing you might argue is that the action is too positive.
Consider this story as your game plan for this suddenly revitalized group.
If that retest is made and holds, I would be more friendly to the long side of ETP.
Here are 3 explanations for the surge.
The indices are hitting highs as the market shrugs off yesterday's rotation.
The pace of decline in the shares has slowed, indicating we could be starting a reversal in the name.
Heavy volume and slowing momentum are signs that a turnaround could be in the making.
Investors who want to be in the oil-and-gas sector would be wise to copy the great Texas oilman's approach and steal his ideas.
This is just the beginning of deregulation, and it is clearly political.
Jim Cramer says Magellan Midstream will benefit from President Trump's executive order to move forward on the construction of two oil pipeline projects.
This is good news for infrastructure projects.
Housing, oil and other faves are enough to make me break into song.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average retreated from its elusive 20,000 milestone.
The Dow trades at an all time high Monday as crude oil climbs higher and markets shrug off potential negative effects of Italy's 'no' vote on its constitutional reform referendum.
Pipeline operators Energy Transfer Partners and Sunoco Logistics were lower on Monday after being told to find an alternate route for the Dakota Access pipeline project.
It is better when rallies are based on everyone thinking stocks are inexpensive and deserve to go higher based on earnings.