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Namely, Weatherford and Rowan. By Bret Jensen Weatherford International (WFT) is up 9% today on large volume. The company reported basically in-line earnings and missed revenue expectations after the bell Thursday. Shares were down in after-hours tr...
If there is a 'sector upgrade' that should come from the GE-Lufkin merger, I don't see it.
These oil-services firms have suffered share slides, but they look primed to start reversing soon.
Let's review the rules of this portfolio. On Dec. 7, I listed 13 names for 2013 that had been thrown into the trash heap. It has been dubbed the Trash Truck portfolio. I realized I didn't give out prices, so here is a chart with all the names, along...
I believe one or two names off this list could double. By Tim Collins Sometimes we think a few stocks would be better off dead. We toss them in the trash, even when some may still be perfectly good, and are just a bit down on their luck or in the wr...
Apple and Weatherford look interesting but I am sitting out any plays on Netflix.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, warns traders away from a buy and hunch on Wells Fargo.
Many well-known industrial, energy and tech stocks are in serious turmoil.
If the company can perform in a terrible environment, imagine what will happen once a turn really takes hold.
One of these is being priced wrong -- and I'm guessing it's the former. It's time to get on board.
We can glimpse hope if we allow the strength of our economy to shine through.
Don't buy oil-service stocks until Baker Hughes bottoms and Brent crude stabilizes.