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It is difficult to do a lot of new buying with the indices hovering near all-time highs and the Fed on deck.
This stock moves fast, so acting on target prices and panic points is essential.
Commodity exports have to keep up with the M&A boom.
The Administration cannot force utilities to burn more coal when the power sector is at an inflection point.
I have positioned my portfolio by upping stakes in energy companies not that dependent on oil prices.
These names are showing technical characteristics of either bullish or bearish reversal patterns over the past week.
Oil above $70 a barrel supports more infrastructure spending around exports.
The Wealth Effect is what former Fed Chairs Ben Bernanke and Janet Yellen aimed for with their QE program.
Oil is trading near multi-year highs, so investors should take notice.
Prices have just now broken above their July peak setting the stage for still further gains.
Consider this story as your game plan for this suddenly revitalized group.
As plans become more likely pharmacy managers CVS Health, Express Scripts and Walgreens crashed into correction or bear market territory.
Volume-driven indicators suggest the bulls aren't ready to run just yet.
Trump's support of Keystone XL and Dakota Access continues favorable news for the sector.
GS has been a strong participant in the rally, but has dipped recently.
I think we're in the early stages of a multi-year recovery in energy.
WMB's longer-term chart remains bullish.
The best way to participate in a more pro-fossil fuel environment is to buy pipelines stocks.
Enterprise Products Partners has withdrawn its takeover bid for Williams Cos. after submitting a second offer in late August and Jim Cramer wants to hear from management.
U.S. stocks sold off as the chances of a September rate hike nearly doubled amid hawkish Fed commentary.
Cutting down the 7 best S&P 500 stocks in August to a field of 2.
Board changes at Williams Companies should be good for the stock, according to Jim Cramer.
The S&P 500 closed just points from its record high as a crude oil rally distracted Wall Street from uncertainty over the Federal Reserve's rate-hike plans.