Marathon Petroleum Corporation (MPC)

36.67
0.94 2.63
NYSE
Prev Close 35.73
Open 35.59
Day Low/High 35.25 / 36.75
52 Wk Low/High 15.26 / 69.65
Volume 5.41M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 650.70B
Market Cap 23.70B
P/E Ratio N/A
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
Diversification Through Correlation

Diversification Through Correlation

The key is how stocks behave in relation to each other.

My Best Ideas for (the Start of) 2014

My Best Ideas for (the Start of) 2014

Let's run through them.

Welcome Back to the 80s

Welcome Back to the 80s

This tape should remind you of your Member's Only jacket.

Dicker: Take Profits on Refiners as Banks Upgrade

Dicker: Take Profits on Refiners as Banks Upgrade

JPMorgan and UBS are upgrading oil refiners, but TheStreet's Dan Dicker tells Joe Deaux why the banks are behind the curve on this call.

Still Some Bargains in Energy

Still Some Bargains in Energy

This sector is a good place to troll for some undervalued names

Marathon Petroleum upgraded at Deutsche

Making a Bet on the Oil Patch

Making a Bet on the Oil Patch

Prices at the pump are high but not at panic levels, and the industry is generally doing well.

A New Gameplan for Energy

A New Gameplan for Energy

Rotate some money into lower-beta names after earnings.

Playing the Fed Just Like Earnings

Playing the Fed Just Like Earnings

Game the event, not the pregame.

Don't Overlook These Shorts

Don't Overlook These Shorts

Three candidates that have gone unnoticed.

An Energy Overview

An Energy Overview

And how to trade the sector in the coming week.

Refiners Continue Their Bull Run

Refiners Continue Their Bull Run

Dan Dicker talks to Jim Cramer about the massive rally in the refiners and why its not quite ready to end.

A Case Study in Sell Discipline

A Case Study in Sell Discipline

Selling is the single most difficult act in stock trading.

Morning Es Trading

Morning Es Trading

The past five trading sessions can be summed up by five words: Be long, or be wrong.

Cheap Pickings in Energy

Cheap Pickings in Energy

Here are a couple of bargains I began to buy during Wednesday's slide.

Rules of the Game: Spread Out the Risk

Rules of the Game: Spread Out the Risk

Beware of cramming all your funds in one basket.

Off the Charts

Off the Charts

Could the long-awaited correction finally be here?

Economy May Chase Refiner Blues

Economy May Chase Refiner Blues

The sulfur rule change may be a blow to the refining industry but rarely has a punch been so well telegraphed.

Refiners Taken to the Woodshed

Refiners Taken to the Woodshed

I'd focus on these names during big down days.

Morning Es Trading

Morning Es Trading

The times they are a-changin' -- and they're doing so in a bloody hurry.

Tough Out There Today

Tough Out There Today

Amid this tight and whippy action, I've zeroed in on a gold miner and an energy play from yesterday.

Looking at Two Charts

Looking at Two Charts

The bears weigh down Facebook and Marathon Petroleum looks attractive in a certain light.

Refiners? No, Thank You

Refiners? No, Thank You

These stocks are nothing but falling knives.

Loving the Rally?

Loving the Rally?

Here is how I am picking apart the sectors looking for strong relative performance candidates.

Market on Close Imbalances

How much to sell? My mavens on the floor of the exchange see an imbalance of $200 million to sell on the close. The only sector with a buy imbalance is financials at $60 million. Sectors with sell imbalances are industrials at $70 million, consumer ...

Rules of the Game: Skimming the Cream

Rules of the Game: Skimming the Cream

Keep an eye on these two energy names, which have topped my performance screen.

Rules of the Game: 2 Big Energy Plays

Rules of the Game: 2 Big Energy Plays

Those able to sit through pullbacks are often rewarded.

Royal Dutch Shell Reports Mixed Fourth Quarter Results: Hot Trends

Royal Dutch Shell Reports Mixed Fourth Quarter Results: Hot Trends

Royal Dutch Shell reports profit of $5.6 billion after one-time items and inventory changes, a 15% rise from the year before but still below analysts' estimates of $6.3 billion.