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Cheniere Energy (LNG) moved higher in midday trading Tuesday after activist investor Carl Icahn increased his stake to more than 9% from 8%
The Bank of Japan stood pat on interest rates but vowed to continue buying bonds in an attempt to stimulate its economy.
They didn't seem to have any idea about what could happen.
August was a month to forget, dragged down by the energy names.
Jim Cramer, portfolio manager of Action Alerts PLUS, believes oil prices are in the process of bottoming out, and he likes Occidental Petroleum (OXY) and EOG Resources (EOG).
Cheniere Energy (LNG) spiked Friday after activist investor Carl Icahn disclosed a new 8.18% stake.
Despite portfolio performance, valuations of most of the stocks appear to be as compelling as ever.
Chesapeake is a superb place to bank on a natural-gas recovery.
Some fund is out there flailing and forced to sell every day.
Here's what pro investors like in the beaten-down oil sector.
A low default rate due to the improving economy and relatively high yields continue to make the high yield bond space attractive.
The portfolio is down 13% vs. a 1% advance for the wider market.
Only Chenier Energy was a winner among these 10 names.
A truly contrarian investment strategy.
A weak March showing isn't catastrophic, but be ready for more pain.
Oil prices are prompting a rash of estimate changes. But remember, this is good for 87% of the market.