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Crude oil oversupply concerns still exist, but generational buying opportunities exist for long-term, buy-and-hold investors in the energy sector.
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.
Now is the time to invest in energy stocks, not trade them.
For those who have been patient, you're about to be rewarded.
Let's hope that things are finally so painful that a whoosh occurs.
Watch commodities (and your cash) as Greece plays out.
OIl prices had been showing short-term strength, but now many of the oil stocks have halted their rise and are headed south.
Jim Cramer answers your Twitter questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Update your oil game strategy with shale and offshore players.
Part of the move in the energy space has been due to sector rotation as equity managers look for value in the market and the weaker dollar.
We live in a strange world that just won't let these stocks quit.
My best work was avoiding areas where money was likely to be lost.
Dan Dicker, energy contributor at thestreet.com, talks to Brittany Umar about the latest drop in oil prices and where to invest in the oil and gas space.