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Dan Dicker talks with Jim Cramer about the positive quarterly results from BP and what to expect from the others.
Consider these two high-yield plays against a wobbly market backdrop.
Dan Dicker compares notes with Stephanie Link on Exxon and finds agreement, for different reasons, on owning other energy names.
Is there any truth behind 'Sell in May and Go Away?' Let's look at the data for answers.
Continued easy monetary policy should benefit the energy and utilities sectors.
Thanks to nat gas, the U.S. is a lot closer to energy independence than we might think.
Another busy week for quarterly reports lies ahead of the July jobs report on Friday.
Dan Dicker talks to Jim Cramer about the latest EIA report and why the price of oil and gasoline remains so stubbornly high.
My mavens on the floor of the exchange see about $725 million to sell on the close. There are no sectors to buy. To sell include financials $190 million, energy $125 million and healthcare $85 million. In terms of individual securities, Pfizer (PFE)...
The rise of natural gas prices the past six months is beneficial to the company's valuation/long-term profits.
Beta shares have been a tough play in this sector this year, but two names offer attractive value.
Here are the best dividend-capture trades for the coming week.
With the market seeming to be in an everlasting move up, examine what is selling into strength.
A boost in exports would push domestic energy prices much higher.
This trade can still work, but you will have to be more selective.
Dan Dicker talks to Jim Cramer about the recent earnings beats of the big oil majors and ranks his preferences going forward.
Let's look at five holdings that stayed in his portfolio for at least a year.
DLS Capital Managing Partner David Steinberg names his favorite deep value names like ConocoPhillips, Hewlett Packard and Arch Coal.
Production outlook is what matters, and here are my favored names.