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Dan Dicker of Real Money Pro looks at the positives we can take from this latest oil and natural gas move and where to invest.
Dan Dicker analyzes the natural gas rally with Jim Cramer and searches for a stock to play it.
I still believe the current volatility collapse will reverse itself into late spring and early summer.
Perhaps this storm will be the catalyst that gets private enterprise expenditures going.
Searching for names that are undervalued on an asset basis but expected to turn around in the near term is actually something I have been doing all along.
Portfolio Manager David Peltier uncovers a low-dollar growth stock in the energy patch.
For the foreseeable future, we will need to dig and drill to meet demand on a cost-effective efficient basis.
When Oaktree's Howard Marks starts buying equities, he must have very good reasons.
Summer demand is depleting the surplus, and the coming price rise is not reflected in the stocks.
In the long run, you will make a lot more money and enjoy your life more.
It may not happen right away, but investors who act now will reap rewards later.
The stock has shown undeniable resilience, so I'd pick up shares on a pullback to this level.
For now, doing nothing may be the best course for long-term, safe and cheap investors.
With an outstanding 27% short interest, the stock has potential for a short-covering rally.
With periodic macro reviews, we can gain insights and information to pick safe and cheap stocks for big gains.
This exercise uncovers stock ideas as well as clues and patterns about the markets and the current economy.
I'm not the only one who's bullish on this exploration-and-production company.
When there's no reason to buy or sell, the best decision is to do nothing, and that can be very difficult.
Buying asserts on the cheap when no one else wants them has been a successful investing approach for me.
Despite today's pop, nat gas prices are still at their lowest levels in years, but should improve.