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Here we'll compare oil stocks: Exxon Mobil vs. Chevron.
Let's dig into in the producer price index report -- if you can stomach it -- and see how to position amid rising costs.
Get some hydrocarbon exposure, and watch out for companies that cannot pass their price increases onto the end consumer.
The whole notion of the grand inquisitor Fed is out of whack with reality. Here's what you should be watching, instead.
This MLP covers its distribution with a wide margin of safety, making it highly appealing for income investors.
Right now you don't have to worry about the doomsday scenario.
I believe the U.S is heading for a fall, and that will obviously impact the financial markets. Here's how I would get positioned.
These names have demonstrated over a long period they have the business models and growth prospects to raise their dividend payments each year.
Plus, we take a deeper dive into the second-quarter GDP numbers.
Let's check out the charts and indicators.
Circling back to my comment on earnings expectations for the second half of 2021, next week we will see a more than 250% jump week over week for the number of earnings reports coming at us. That's right, just under 1,000 of companies are slated to r...
Prices for oil and natural gas are at levels that are incredibly profitable for any company that is pumping them.
Those of us in the numerate community will continue to own XOM because it's just too darn cheap.
Let me repeat a lesson I've made before about panics and selloffs.
Supply is under pressure by exogenous factors and demand just keeps on truckin'. Here are names I would tap into.
The Russell 2000 is now down not just back-to-back sessions, but six sessions in the last eight with all six of those "down" days having given up 0.9% or more.
The choice is clear among large-cap producers that have been outperforming.
But the world - or the Western world, anyway - is hell-bent on decarbonization of its transportation system and energy production.
And that leads me to the natural resources space.
Let's analyze the payouts and prospects for Exxon, Chevron and Shell.
Buyers make or break companies with their voting or buying or betting. Somedays it's all that matters.
Play that dynamic in your portfolio.
I've got some ideas for stocks -- including Exxon -- that will actually help your portfolio.
If you're looking for exposure outside the U.S., and to protect yourself from raging inflation on a global basis, here it is.
Exxon Mobil continues to move forward with oil discoveries outside the U.S. as much of the world remains caught in an energy poverty trap.