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Despite some concerns about debt, it looks like a bargain to me.
The waiting is the hardest part, but not waiting is the most painful.
Here we go. By Bret Jensen The market is slightly up across the board in the first 30 minutes of trading, and the 10-year Treasury yield is approaching 2.65%. Deckers Outdoor (DECK) is nicely up due to an upgrade at Wells Fargo, which now has price ...
Based on early futures, it looks like equities will open flat. By Bret Jensen Good to be on the diary desk as we wrap what has been a profitable week. Based on early futures, it looks like we will open flat in equities to begin trading Friday. Oracl...
Digging deeper into unknown names that pop up on scans can be a rewarding enterprise.
Interstate pipelines supply nearly every metropolitan area with fuel and power.
Higher natural gas prices due to the cold snap are not helping the pipeline owners but they are impacting E&P players, says Skip Aylesworth, Portfolio Manager of the Hennessy Gas Utility Index Fund.
Dan Dicker talks with Stephanie Link about the recent underperformance in the Master Limited Partnerships and what to do with them now.
Enterprise Product Partners may be among the shrewdest oil companies in the land.
Buy only on secondaries, because the companies are probably as jittery as the market.
Washington simply makes you want to do one thing: sell.
Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, is playing the seasonal natural gas trade through a new stock.
The American economy may be inching along but a slowdown overseas threatens the U.S. That's the worry of tonight's Market Monitor. He's Alan Lancz, Director of Research at LanczGlobal.com.
Drillers' stocks are getting slammed, and nat-gas providers are getting a boost from seasonal demand.
Jim Cramer discusses the importance of jobs to the election and how low oil prices are not helping the situation.
Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, initiated a position in Chevron last week and will continue to build it out on dips.
One group is playing out just like in 2008, which made for the best trade in 2009 and 2010.
These stocks will get tested at the end of the day, but I would not be a seller.
Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, reveals the handful of stocks she has been adding to in the beaten-up energy sector.
I am taking a different approach, even though you may see a familiar name or two.
As we begin a new year, here is my take on Treasury, corporate and municpal bonds as well as TIPS.
These stocks may look boring, but dividends are crucial to determining overall performance.
Which names are poised to snap back, and which ones are down for good reason?
Even though no one else seems to see it, Richard Kinder has taken a clear bet on the future of natural gas.
Master limited partnerships are great assets for your energy portfolio, but each one is different.