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U.S. indices were mixed ahead of the conclusion of the latest Federal Reserve meeting.
I address the stocks readers ask about and also the macro situation.
Whiting Petroleum managed to cut capital expenditures, boost production, and increase reserves in 2015 despite a disastrous year for oil. Can it do it again?
The oil and gas company's short-term chart looks promising, but the longer-term view needs more evidence.
Rising oil prices are helping U.S. indices start the week off on a good note.
As oil bust plays out, are any stocks looking investable?
Still holding these troubled energy companies?It will take a lot for them to be a winning hand.
Whiting's disastrous last month reveal that its problems extend beyond low energy prices.
The convertible bond market has been fairly flat in 2015, closely following the slim returns seen in equities.
A break below $100 for AET is likely to prompt further losses towards the next support area
That's much needed among the independents right now.
Round 1 of a larger review of energy stocks, more on specific names in tomorrow's column.
Energy and materials names led the way higher in tandem with oil prices.
In Monday's Analysts' Actions, TheStreet highlights Coach (COH), Whiting Petroleum (WLL), and WestRock (WRK).
Let's hope that things are finally so painful that a whoosh occurs.
A look at the changing market conditions favoring shale oil producers in the Bakken play of North Dakota.