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Nicole Urken, Research Associate for Jim Cramer, says she is becoming more bullish on the refiners even as many of them have seen upticks in their stocks.
Here are the companies that have seen the highest upward earnings-estimate revisions.
The sector has been beaten down, but fundamentals and macro trends point to significant upside.
Mid-cap stocks have historically outperformed all the rest, and these three are particularly solid choices.
If you're deft, you could make out nicely here -- but the snap-back promises to be harsh indeed.
The fact the U.S. is now a net exporter of refined oil products raises interesting questions for the oil industry.
Higher pump prices could get nat-gas vehicles moving, and nat-gas stocks are dirt cheap.
These companies are suffering from low margins, and their stocks are getting hit, but this will change.
The market won't be in the clear until we see some institutional buying. Plus, my weekly model portfolio update.
Headline risks from an Iranian flare-up are all that are needed to get people to hit the buy button.
Consider this strategy to help protect your portfolio as what could be a very treacherous earnings season approaches.
By buying during market downturns, investors can assemble a reasonable income portfolio. It's just a lot harder than it used to be.