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You need to steel yourself and your portfolio so you can tough it out whatever the Fed does on interest rates.
ETP is truly distinct from its brethren, operating in a rare area experiencing demand.
They offer a potential roadmap for those looking to trade the falling knives.
And, why not chase Alcoa instead of Freeport-McMoRan?
Dan Dicker, Energy contributor at TheStreet, recants his recommendation of Kinder Morgan (KMI) that he made last week at $21 a share.
Here are my thoughts as the day wraps up: Did I mention the market has no memory from day to day? Did I mention the market has no memory from hour to hour? Did I mention the market has no memory from minute to minute? At 3 p.m. ET stocks were a tad ...
API and EIA numbers offer some comfort, but bottom pickers beware.
The dividend cut is the latest in a series of blows the company dealt to loyal shareholders.
Stocks extended gains by midday Wednesday as reports of merger talks between Dow Chemical (DOW) and DuPont (DD) led a beat-up materials sector higher.
You cannot consistently make money trading if you are trying to catch a falling knife.
This company has a very strong balance sheet.
My analysis of Kinder Morgan (KMI) in the wake of its dividend cut puts the stock's 12-month price range at $15 to $19 when I use a discounted-dividend model and conservative assumptions. That gives KMI a fair-market value of about $17 a share, or r...
The first level I'll be watching is $15.20.
Kinder Morgan may not follow in Boardwalk Pipeline's footsteps, but it is due for a hectic day tomorrow.
If shareholders were a little scared by the company's press release Friday, they are likely terrified now.
I think of these bonds as falling into 3 categories: the bad, the ugly, and the might be good.
Oneok Partners and Williams Partners look considerably more attractive than a month ago.
Are investors in MLP pipeline operators about to get the shaft?
Prices are getting to the click-and-puke point.
Only Warren Buffett can invest like Warren Buffett but his plays in oil and gas are worth watching.
But first, a look at the JPMorgan Alerian MLP ETN.
If you go sniffing around Kinder Morgan, exercise caution.
Do Kinder Morgan's creditors know something the shareholders don't?
Kinder Morgan and other stocks may be entering what telecom stocks suffered through.
There appears to be outsize selling in energy ETFs due to fears of a few players.