|Day Low/High||8.56 / 8.90|
|52 Wk Low/High||4.50 / 28.12|
These names are showing bullish and bearish technical patterns over the past week.
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Tesla and General Motors are among this week's names showing reversal patterns.
This trade is slanted more bullish than a basic covered call, but follows the same concept.
The bullish side dominates, with consumer cyclicals and energy names most prevalent.
Shares of oil companies continue to rally over chatter of a potential OPEC production cut.
Watching the Olympics in Europe could soon come at a price, bringing profits for Discovery Communications shareholders.
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.
Some names in the oil patch are getting patched up.
Shares of Murphy Oil slid Monday as crude oil prices dropped to $40 a barrel.
Lots of energy names facing the potential for lower prices.
A jump in crude prices is the chief driver behind the market's gains Tuesday.
Price is breaking out above the $32 mark, with little resistance until we hit the $35 area.
The Phoenix-based natural resource giant is leading Friday's stock surge, off a steep rebound in crude prices.
Those heavily shorted energy stocks that spiked Monday came back down to earth.
Energy companies rallied on Monday as oil touches near $38 a barrel, Netflix falls after release of "House of Cards."
But if you're a day trader, these are exactly the sort of names you want to trade.
The stock of the offshore drilling services company is falling after the early cancellation of a rig contract by the oil producer.
In this lower-for-longer oil price environment, more companies will cut dividends.
August was a month to forget, dragged down by the energy names.
Despite portfolio performance, valuations of most of the stocks appear to be as compelling as ever.
Here's what pro investors like in the beaten-down oil sector.