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TheStreet's Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on quarterly results from Halliburton, released on Monday.
This bullishly biased vertical call spread is not for the faint of heart.
Crude can't find its footing because we keep pumping more and more of it.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said Halliburton is going to make money because the cost of drilling is so low thanks to American ingenuity.
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This steep selloff may soon offer a low-risk entry for HAL.
Shares are rising to the $65-$70 area, though a decline below $51 would weaken the short-term outlook.
Uncertainty over policies from a Donald Trump administration contributed to volatile trading.
Halliburton adjusted earnings came in at 4 cents a share, which beat analysts' estimates of 2 cents.
Here's what you need to know on Wall Street on Monday.
For the week of January 23, investors will be watching Donald Trump's first full week as President of the United States.
Oilfield services company Keane Group surges in its NYSE trading debut.
Jim Cramer says after Trump is done speaking over the next few days, people are going to wish they owned more stocks in the oil patch.
Noble Energy's deal for Clayton Williams and Exxon Mobil's purchase of Permian acreage is pushing prices in the sector higher.
Oilfield services companies could benefit if the sanctions against Russia are lifted.
Stock has doubled in the past year but more upside remains.
NVIDIA, NXP Semi and Applied Materials could all continue their big runs this year.
Jim Cramer says the timing could be wrong if GE decides to offload its oil service business and combine it with Baker Hughes.
Banks, oil service companies and airlines are all inching back.
This is new doctrine having to do with innovation and the stifling of innovation to create new products.
Regulatory issues will weigh on this deal, because of populist politics.