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We are still in the final throes of the oil bust cycle, but stocks will begin to react to a turnaround.
These stocks are great values, but it's not just the share price, it's the relative price.
Crude oil oversupply concerns still exist, but generational buying opportunities exist for long-term, buy-and-hold investors in the energy sector.
Crude oil has seen the lows for 2015, but will remain in a relatively stable range of $40-$50 for the remainder of the year.
Now is the time to invest in energy stocks, not trade them.
I'll add to positions in down days in crude and stocks.
For those who have been patient, you're about to be rewarded.
Commentaries are flying around the Fed's latest statement, with much discussion around what "solid" job growth means. How we got to the point where the market is so focused on a quarter-point rate hike off zero after six years of a so-called "recove...
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.
But even in this downswing, there may be opportunities, Williams among them.
Dan Dicker, Energy contributor at TheStreet.com, talks to Jim Cramer about the melting away of oil prices and the related oil stocks.
The energy sector, particularly Exploration and Production (E&P) stocks have been beaten down as its commodity, crude oil, remains weak due to the oversupply glut and lack of seasonal demand.
A look at the changing market conditions favoring shale oil producers in the Bakken play of North Dakota.
The key level for oil is $57, where it has bounced before.
Twitter (TWTR) surged after the bell on news CEO Dick Costolo will step down from his role effective July 1.
Hess Corp. (HES) surprised investors today with the sale of one-half of its Bakken midstream assets to Global Infrastructure Partners for $2.68 billion. Hess is a leading petroleum producer in the Bakken area (North Dakota). It uses these midstream ...
Better oil prices, opportunity for more asset sales fuel improved outlook.
Low oil prices will last for several more quarters and there will be massive changes in the oil patch that will accompany this very slow recovery.
But we need a 'market-clearing' for the oil downturn to really end.
The oil rally could approaching certain fundamental limits for now.
Investing alongside shareholder activists can be a successful strategy.
Is the No. 1 U.S. oil major now looking for a mega-deal of its own?