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Jim Cramer says Pioneer Natural Resources' offering of 5.25 million shares on Thursday likely means oil prices aren't headed lower.
To believe that oil can go back up, Pioneer's stock must hold around these levels.
As oil slides, tension builds over possible exit of U.K. from European Union.
I'd much rather have the company that will survive if I'm only moderately right.
Markets fell Thursday amid central bank and Brexit uncertainty.
But the big international companies focused on staying power, not opportunity.
Let's go over what allows us to get to highs for the year.
We look for PXD to correct into the $150 to $135 area in the third quarter.
Analysts were a little surprised by the CEO's plans to retire but maintain conviction in the company.
The charts are firing a warning shot, pay close attention to the signals ahead.
I continue to attribute the resilience of gold to portfolio insurance.
David Rosen, Nick Danaher and Genevieve Kahr kick off the 2106 Sohn Investment Conference.
The positions David Einhorn announced at recent investment conferences have usually worked against him. Will this year be different?
My opening missive was "Monetary Policy in Wonderland": Central bankers have been effective in delivering a positive outcome in repressing volatility and producing higher financial prices but not in producing rising economic activity. The market bet...
These names have gotten ahead of themselves, but should deliver outstanding mid-term profits.
Real Money will be at the conference, which brings together some of the top minds in the financial world. Here is our preview of what to expect.
Sell a risk-defined put spread in PXD as catalysts that sent the stock lower are now not in play.
What is driving it, and what to do with your mid- and long-term oil positions.
U.S. shale production isn’t going away, but not all shale is created equal and that should guide investment decisions in the sector, according to one expert.
Buyers are snapping up offerings from cash-strapped companies.
Investors should try and profit from the market’s volatility, not run away from it, said Jim Jubak, author of Juggling With Knives.
Though we can't say the long-term picture has turned, we can say the bear trend is looking pretty mature.
It all goes to point out the industrywide belief (finally) in a long and protracted period of low oil prices.
The exploration and production company has a weakened chart and was downgraded by TheStreet.
With renewed pressure on Greenlight Capital, investors can expect to see a more roguish David Einhorn in 2016.
I'm looking for the ones that have been beaten down the most.