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Four of the five companies are in the energy sector, signaling willingness to fight disruption.
These three gigantic stocks are teetering on the edge of breakout territory.
This company is paying its dividend with enough cash left over to develop the next big oil shale play.
But gloomy sentiment could turn into a good buying opportunity.
Crude oil prices were sinking Wednesday as traders eye industry data set to be released on Thursday.
Looking for an oil/energy play with an attractive risk/reward ratio and a healthy yield to boot?
Total posted solid fourth-quarter earnings and boosted its dividend. The oil major said it would buy assets in the coming year as global energy markets heat up.
Investors should keep an eye on French stocks, despite a reputation for bureaucracy.
U.S. stocks suffered from a sharp selloff to end the week as chances of a September hike increased.
U.S. stocks ended August on a dour note as crude oil endured another selloff.
Another sharp decline in crude oil pulled the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average lower in a mixed start to the new month.
Every energy portfolio needs a core holding of solid dividend-producing majors.
Fear of political crises in Europe might be the ideal time to buy some stocks.
Because it's the last OPEC meeting likely to bias oil prices lower.
It will take a real and large production collapse to end the current bust.
Dan Dicker, energy contributor at thestreet, talks with Rhonda Schaffler about the outcome of the OPEC meeting and the continuing price reaction in the oil market.
Dan Dicker, Energy contributor at TheStreet.com, talks with Jim Cramer about the upcoming OPEC meetings in Vienna.
Dan Dicker, energy contributor at TheStreet, talks with Rhonda Schaffler about the outcome for OPEC nations and particularly Saudi Arabia, should oil prices stay low for more than three years.
Beyond today's weak prices for oil and gas, there is a future where supply and demand are in better balance.
These stocks are great values, but it's not just the share price, it's the relative price.
Crude oil has seen the lows for 2015, but will remain in a relatively stable range of $40-$50 for the remainder of the year.
The Arms Index suggests yesterday's momentum will not carry very far.
Addressing MLPs, oil majors vs. minors, solar and other subjects.