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U.S. Stock Index Futures are pointing to a lower open as investors digest results from Starbucks and Facebook. TheStreet's Jon Marino reports from the Nasdaq Marketsite.
Thanks to nat gas, the U.S. is a lot closer to energy independence than we might think.
The postponement of the Keystone pipeline is wrong, says Jim Cramer, since there is proof that pipelines bring jobs.
Across all sectors, there is simply no urgency. That's never a good sign -- but it's not a bad sign, either.
As WTI crude pushes higher, Jim Cramer tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux that you should own the independent oil companies.
Scott Redler, Chief Strategic Officer of T3Live.com, is joined by Lindsey Bell of TheStreet for the full edition of The Morning Call, covering today's stock picks and levels to watch.
How much to sell? My mavens on the floor see about $550 million to sell on the close. No sectors to buy, and energy and financials with about $100 million apiece to sell. PepsiCo (PEP), Union Pacific (UNP) and Discover Financial Services (DFS) all h...
The rise of natural gas prices the past six months is beneficial to the company's valuation/long-term profits.
Here's another installment of our sector-selection picks, this time in the energy patch.
Production outlook is what matters, and here are my favored names.
Energy is an area that Action Alerts Plus CIO & Co-Portfolio Manager Stephanie Link is building out. She tells TheStreet's Lindsey Bell how she plans to balance the sector.
Keep an eye on these major energy companies that are taking steps to unlock shareholder value.
Jim Cramer and Stephanie Link explain why they are sticking with Occidental Petroleum despite the recent slide in the stock.