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A new positive cycle for the beleaguered oil field services industry could release the pent-up value in Schlumberger.
The pattern of higher lows and higher highs continues for National Oilwell Varco.
Crude has been rising since last June, and here are the names that I like here.
NOV has bottomed and looks to be headed significantly higher.
Hopes for a General Electric-National Oilwell Varco marriage will most likely be dashed -- at least in the short run.
A bunch of oil stocks have gotten ahead of themselves and are particularly vulnerable if crude stalls.
If you imagine what GE would like to look like in the future, NOV fills in a lot of that.
Volatility around company results can create opportunities to take positions in quality, small-cap stocks such as these.
This is 'crunchtime' for oil and the price needs to hold here for energy stocks to move higher, says Jim Cramer.
NOV would offer, even at low-cycle revenue, $8 billion in revenue.
Don't be surprised to see NOV retest the $28-$26 area.
The second quarter was likely the bottom and NOV has attractive margin-of-safety attributes.
Heading into the second half of 2016, many companies remain resilient.
Now that Joy Global is being acquired, here are 4 other names with similar attributes.
Since we last met, I wrote an analysis of Signet Jewelers (SIG) that asked questions about the firm's credit portfolio -- and the stock subsequently cratered. I've also felt similarly bearish about other consumer-discretionary names like Buffalo Wil...
JOY sets the tone for some cyclicals this week.
This stock can go into the $40s based on normal valuation.
Investment grade corporate bonds went on a rollercoaster ride in the first quarter with spreads blowing out and then narrowing.
We've gotten some great readers questions for our first "Lightning Round." Below are my answers to two queries I got this morning, and I'll post some more in a little bit. Keep your questions coming to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll also ...
The oil-and-gas equipment maker's dwindling market cap could signal a hefty discount to industrial players like GE.
Traders could go long NOV at current levels and available weakness.
I have never known a Federal Reserve that was comfortable with a higher price of gold until now.