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A tale of 2 big oil companies that are at opposite ends of the super-major spectrum.
Investors should take note of executives' recent comments, with the caveat that they're not infallible.
Between this Congressional bill and commercial hedging activity, there will be no major constructive moves in oil until 2016.
With the new up-cycle, one could ride through a pullback and still prosper with long positions.
The long-term picture of the stock adds to the positive fourth-quarter case.
Avon (AVP) plummeted on Friday, a day after briefly surging on reports it is seeking out investment from private-equity funds.
Netflix (NFLX) led a broad selloff in high-momentum technology stocks Tuesday.
It is possible that the worst has already happened.
I remain a day timeframe trader in the energy sector for now.
This 15-stock basket offers a stable and growing income stream along with appreciation potential.
After Monday’s selloff in crude prices, one analyst thinks the closely watched commodity has reached a bottom.
With the Dow reaching correction territory, some of the biggest stocks entered bear market territory, defined as a 20 percent drop or more from the stock’s most recent high.
Shorter timeframe traders should look for some brief bounces.
This is a different market with systemic risk coming from all directions.
Stocks were searching for direction Thursday amid lots of cross currents.
A weak dollar, lower interest rates, a quiet Fed and higher oil.
TD Ameritrade’s (AMTD) Investor Movement Index showed clients were net buyers of equities in July.
ConocoPhillips (COP), Exxon Mobil (XOM) and Chevron (CVX) are reporting earnings this week and low oil prices are creating some challenges, according to TheStreet's Energy Contributor Dan Dicker.
There is building consensus around a September rate hike.
High payout ratio could end the firm's dividend rising streak.
Crude oil fundamentals are as weak as they have been in 2015 due to a massive over supply of product and lack of global demand.
The slide in oil prices paves a way for investors to scoop up shares of energy stocks at a discount, but the bigger opportunities lie in refineries.
Addressing MLPs, oil majors vs. minors, solar and other subjects.