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Canadian company has maintained its dividend over the course of 2020 while many high-profile energy stocks have had to cut dividends.
European markets have been slumping for years, but the time for those countries to shine again may finally be around the corner.
Blame the Fed? No. I'm reserving my wrath for the clueless buyers who appear to have taken a permanent intellectual summer vacation.
Plus, Disney will report earnings after Tuesday's close amid big challenges and Chicago Fed President Charles Evans' blunt economic assessment.
Confused by Wednesday's late-day trading action? Some on Wall Street who were too.
Remember the mantra of the show: to teach, to educate, to explain, to put in context and entertain. I know trading. I was one.
Money movers are not buying protection for individual names, but they are starting to bet against the market en masse, while the Russell 2000 ran up 4% on Monday.
NAT's story really can be distilled into one word: scarcity.
This is a big selling opportunity in the European oil majors.
Consider these stock model ideas: virus groups, work remotely, and fiscal.
Profiting from Zoom, adding to Verizon and watching Microsoft as we wait for data on employment and how the fiscal support bill will play out.
The Fed has attacked developing problems in real-time -- and as China shows signs of life, the semi stocks are benefitting.
Markets appear stable. Do we trust it? Can we trust it? Of course not.
Perhaps investors would be wise to invoke the Jim Cramer 'three day rule' where energy is concerned.
These Dow stocks all yield above 3.3% right now, but are they worth the risk?
Plus, a bit of coaching on how to put your money to work opportunistically amid the uncertainty.
The answer to that question depends on several factors, so let's break them down.
Joining the ranks of BlackRock and Microsoft, BP has come out with a plan to address climate change, and that gives it added appeal.
BP has set goals of reaching net-zero emissions from its own oil and gas operations and production by 2050.
I don't think any of the takeaways have to do with the political mess in Iowa, nor the 'State of the Union' address scheduled for Tuesday night.
How will Chinese demand for goods and services as well as dramatically reduced Chinese production impact U.S. corporate performance?
You asked for it, so here it is: This is where to put your money if the conflict with Iran gets out of control.
Watch for analysts and strategists to turn into armageddonists forgetting that China's the real issue.
What you have is a geopolitical event that markets were not positioned for.
This company made headlines in 2019, and I'm betting on it as a great play -- in many senses of the word -- for this new year.
Looking for value? You will find opportunities across a variety of energy markets.