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These are the stocks to watch as Iran production is called into question.
Action Alerts Plus portfolio manager and TheStreet's founder Jim Cramer insists investors to do their homework because Rule #4 of his 25 Investing Rules is to buy damaged stocks, not damaged companies. Watch now for more on how he made that mistake in the past!
Rev Shark is not convinced the market's action will be sustained.
These areas have little exposure to China, so buy them on any broad-market dip over U.S.-Chinese trade tensions.
How do we examine what might be attractive when the selling madness really abates?
It is fitting that the next leader of Berkshire will be either Jain or Abel.
Following up on my comments from earlier today, oil is below $43 a barrel and we're now starting to see the analyst community begin to downgrade stocks and start to trim back EPS expectations. Some of those on the receiving end here include Chevron ...
Technical signals are mixed, but prices are back to the middle of last year's trading range.
Stocks rose after the European Central Bank raised its growth forecasts and maintained its loose monetary policy.
The weekly MACD oscillator has been bullish since July and turned up last month to a fresh go-long signal.
Zoetis shares were climbing off an earnings beat and raised 2016 guidance.
Marathon Oil fell as oil futures continued to fall.
Shares of Illumina were tanking before the opening bell after unveiling a disappointing sales forecast.
Crude was slipping back below $50 Friday, pulling down shares across the oil and gas industry.
Oil stocks skyrocketed Wednesday on a report of an OPEC production cut.
Falling crude oil prices continued to weigh on markets Monday.
When you have a market that thinks only one thing is working and it doesn't bother with anything else, you have a market that's more treacherous than it seems.
Shares of the Swiss offshore driller slipped Monday as oil prices dipped sharply.
Shares of Syngenta were charging ahead on news ChemChina received approval for its proposed takeover.
Stocks fall back into the red as a selloff in crude oil and gains in health care make for choppy trading.