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When you have a market that thinks only one thing is working and it doesn't bother with anything else, you have a market that's more treacherous than it seems.
I'm adding more Southwestern Energy and looking at other 'mini-major' natural gas stocks, today.
List compiled by Michigan business students has names to sell, avoid or short.
Cigna and Anthem shares are climbing on renewed hopes of an insurance tie-up.
AIG shares rocketed Wednesday after the company topped analyst earnings expectations.
Investors who acted on these recommendations have enjoyed nice runs in these names.
Technicals are all bullish for the natural gas and oil company.
A jump in crude prices is the chief driver behind the market's gains Tuesday.
Sometimes it's not about the quality of the stocks, it's about the underlying commodity.
Oil began to rebound Wednesday from steep declines earlier this week.
A move below $10 is possible as the greenback firms and energy prices correct.
The oil and gas company rummages through its toolbox to address liquidity.
Shares of Southwestern Energy slipped on Wednesday following the announcement of a large stock offering.
Diamond Resorts shares jump on acquisition news, while Southwestern Energy declines on a large stock offering.
Shares of Southwestern Energy were up big on Tuesday, after the company announced a newly created secured credit facility.
U.S. indices were in recovery mode Tuesday as markets shake off Brexit fears.
The oil and gas exploration and production sector is actually working very well.
This change is having major implications for the stock market.
Shares of Southwestern Energy jumped more than six percent in midday trading Tuesday along with industry peer Williams Companies, amid a rally in natural gas prices.
Natural gas stocks were buoyed by a sharp increase in futures prices on forecasts of a warmer summer and a looming U.S. Energy Information Administration report.
Troubles in commodities-related businesses are well-known, but Ultra Petroleum's always seemed worse.
Growth stocks are likely to go down, no matter how well the companies are doing.
Shares of the Texas-based oil and gas company have had an impressive run this year, investors will see if its sustainable.
The specialty products producer suspended its dividend and announced a $400 million private placement offering but may still need to borrow more.
Although the market is up from its February lows, investors still have to choose their spots carefully.
The natural resources giant continued its 2016 surge with another day at the crest of surge in crude oil and metal prices.
Natural gas names still have serious workout to accomplish before it's time to think about "survivor" stocks.