|Day Low/High||43.15 / 45.04|
|52 Wk Low/High||13.78 / 45.56|
The tactic is the near-the-money long call shooter for highly discretionary capital.
Diamondback Energy and SRC Energy are two names to like among oil producers.
It could trade sideways for a bit, building a bigger base for a more sustained rally depending on what oil prices do.
I prefer a bullishly biased, out of the money vertical call spread.
This oil play's prospects are much more tantalizing than other 'plain' E&Ps.
Devon Energy's bearish divergence should flex its muscles over the next week or two.
Devon Energy, Diamond Offshore and Wells Fargo bonds will benefit from the new fixed income and regulatory environments.
The company exemplifies an under-valued oil producer with a great balance sheet and prospective acreage.
Hasbro shares spike on news of a better-than-expected earnings thanks to robust sales growth among girls' toys.
Oil stocks skyrocketed Wednesday on a report of an OPEC production cut.
Can you guess which six stocks these are by looking at their charts?
DVN looks like it can rally into the $55-$60 area in the weeks ahead.
PDC Energy makes a 'game-changing' land acquisition.
These managers have great track records and I have made money stealing their ideas.
Is DVN ready to move higher, or will more base building be needed?
Opportunistic companies, cost cuts and profitable acreage have all helped.
These names are now oversold and are sitting at attractive prices.
It's time to drill down into what worked and what didn't.
To believe that oil can go back up, Pioneer's stock must hold around these levels.
I'd much rather have the company that will survive if I'm only moderately right.