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John Butters and his FactSet team noted individual companies that have seen the largest changes in third-quarter earnings forecasts by sector.
This fleet sale is a bet on its deep-water expertise, and could pay off large with higher oil prices.
Companies that marked turnarounds -- for better or worse -- last week.
Charts of both oil drilling companies' shares have wide bases, breakouts and pullbacks.
You may have never heard of Joseph Piotroski, but this Stanford University accounting professor's stock selection method is likely to work very well on these three stocks.
We're getting back to the point where drilling there is going to become attractive again.
Plus my tweet about Twitter's earnings, and a take on oil drillers.
Smaller-cap energy stocks have been doing well, but be careful.
For offshore drillers in particular, next year unbelievably could make 2015 look tame.
I think of these bonds as falling into 3 categories: the bad, the ugly, and the might be good.
But investors should continue to monitor future cash flow.
Russian action in Syria may be the geopolitical boost oil needs.
Metals, energy stocks may offer best protection since they've already taken big hits.
Energy and materials names led the way higher in tandem with oil prices.
There aren't many high yielding blue chip stocks out there.