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We have crypto worshippers, false idols and those who believe selling can equal betrayal.
One of the most continual themes in this market is that anything that was liked last year is hated this year.
Cryptos and cash are both headed for a real fight. For their own existence.
The acceptance by corporate America and the rest of corporate earth certainly makes knocking bitcoin off of its pedestal more difficult.
The great news about the pent-up demand rally? While these stocks have been creeping up they are now going to explode higher.
The end of unbridled, pro-fossil fuel is over and, incredibly, that's good news for oil and gas companies.
I will come back to these names over and over again as we are now in the sweet spot for many.
Many CEOs disagreed with a number of Trump's positions and are looking forward to a new, more predictable regime.
Let's head to the oil patch for a look at Chevron and Pioneer Natural Resources.
We are going to win the war, but battles are still ahead. Here's how to invest in the meantime.
These are the top five misconceptions about presidential elections -- and the stocks that you should look at right now.
A big cap dividend producer, a company with the best assets, two larger growth companies, and my favorite, Parsley Energy.
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Demand is collapsing from global lockdowns, just as supply is surging from all the major, battle-ready producers, who refuse to blink first amid the price war.
As Chinese factories move back to production and with other stimulus in place, the oil sector is increasingly attractive, but be selective.
Shale producers have only one choice now -- to be capital disciplined.
You asked for it, so here it is: This is where to put your money if the conflict with Iran gets out of control.
Watch for analysts and strategists to turn into armageddonists forgetting that China's the real issue.
The oil market has been hurt by increasing supply from U.S. shale, despite Iranian and Venezuelan oil sanctions and prices propped up by OPEC+.
There are several things that bug me right now about this stock.
That the market didn't plummet following the strikes on Saudi oil facilities shows big differences in our economy and reliance on foreign oil compared with just a decade ago.
These bearish bets are showing both technical and quantitative deterioration.
Oil is perceived as being an unavoidable loser as long as trade tensions rage.
Anything weak is a positive to be excited about and anything strong is a nightmare because that might stiffen Powell's resolve to keep rates where they are instead of cutting them.
The technical action of the oil-and-gas company's shares isn't favorable as it points to further declines in its stock price.