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So this will be your last opportunity to target some great oil companies.
Crude hasn't bottomed despite a weaker dollar and looming producer summit.
It looks like U.S. alternative oil sector, not the Saudis, is determining prices.
Rising oil prices help lift most boats Thursday, as markets ticked up moderately.
Time to take a profit from these oil names, and await new entry points.
This game is about the pace and sustainability of a global rebalancing of the oil market.
U.S. stocks have essentially been stuck in the past year while bond yields remain at rock bottom.
It's time to drill down into what worked and what didn't.
It's not time to jump, but after E+Ps this is the next area to watch.
The 12-week momentum study is slowing, which could foreshadow a pullback.
This oil name still offers some value, despite the rally in many oil names.
Watching Exxon Mobil for short-selling opportunities.
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These names have gotten ahead of themselves, but should deliver outstanding mid-term profits.
Family infighting among oil producers at Doha could be the best news in a long time for investors in oil firms.
The prospects for an agreement on production cuts is quite good.
Finding undervalued companies that are buying back stock beats other metrics by a wide margin.
This is the key moment to develop a long-term energy portfolio.
What is driving it, and what to do with your mid- and long-term oil positions.
Buyers are snapping up offerings from cash-strapped companies.
Hess is likely to do more base building in the $40 to $50 area in the weeks ahead, but the process has begun.
As oil bust plays out, are any stocks looking investable?
Which companies can survive the unexpected capital stresses of this price bust?
Historically, the good companies outperform the garbage in stock recoveries.
It all goes to point out the industrywide belief (finally) in a long and protracted period of low oil prices.
But we're talking in terms of time, not targets.