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A saucer pattern for COP provides a low risk buying opportunity with upside.
U.S. stocks moved higher Thursday's as investors enjoyed a second day rally on the heels of Donald Trump's presidential election.
Analysts downgrade Exxon Mobil and upgrade Chevron, while Barclays prefers ConocoPhillips and Suncor Energy.
Look to add to longs on COP at current levels and on strength.
The stock is surging after earnings and is setting up well for more upside.
This tool is pointing more toward natural gas stocks than oil stocks.
The company may not be alone in drilling for what could be 3 billion barrels of oil.
Stocks retreated from records as a selloff in health care overshadowed gains in energy.
Oil companies are using financial markets to keep their juggling balls in the air.
In the weeks ahead, the chart support in the $35-$31 area from February could be retested.
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U.S. stocks ended near session highs thanks to a big boost for Apple shares on word that Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway took a $900 million stake.
Office Depot and Staples weighed heavily on falling markets Wednesday.
Watching Exxon Mobil for short-selling opportunities.
Crude stocks were falling along with commodity prices, but overall indices were climbing midday.
The Fed's two-day meeting and rising crude prices helped lift markets midday Tuesday.
U.S. indices were mixed, as rising crude prices lifted the market.
Falling crude prices are helping lead indices toward a negative end for the week.
U.S. indices were in the green midday thanks in part to rising crude prices.
Oil prices spiked as the U.S. rig count fell by eight last week.
It wouldn't take much for XLE to push to new highs, and these calls offer a good risk/reward for that.
The implication of our volume methodology is that we are close to a downturn.
With no control over operations, the trust's investors see their royalties dry up alongside well production.