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One thing I've learned is that, if the Saudis say it, you'd better take it seriously.
If breadth doesn't start to broaden that is going to be a problem.
Together, these two would make a fine start to a mid-term oil portfolio.
My game plan is to stay focused on individual stocks and not worry too much about the indices.
Investors seeking to bet against Tesla's common stock may want to give its convertible bonds a spin.
Shares of Express were tanking in premarket trading after the apparel retailer posted worse-than-expected earnings.
Cigna and Anthem shares are climbing on renewed hopes of an insurance tie-up.
After heavy selling, OAS's pattern is pointing toward double digits.
At the end of the day, it's all about fiscal spending.
Still holding these troubled energy companies?It will take a lot for them to be a winning hand.
Some companies really mean it when they say just a little extra cash would go a long way.
It will take a real and large production collapse to end the current bust.
Heading into the meeting, there are parallels to last year, but also key differences.
We are still in the final throes of the oil bust cycle, but stocks will begin to react to a turnaround.
Round 1 of a larger review of energy stocks, more on specific names in tomorrow's column.
Energy and materials names led the way higher in tandem with oil prices.
Anyone searching for value and picking at oil stocks has a death wish.
Update your oil game strategy with shale and offshore players.
Dan Dicker, energy contributor at TheStreet.com, talks to Jim Cramer about the continuing effect of David Einhorn's presentation on shale oil stocks.