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Levels in crude and natural gas continue to slide as the U.S. dollar strengthens, despite an escalation in global conflicts and winter weather on the horizon.
The companies profiting from the energy revolution are still some of the best investments out there.
We'll see. By Bret Jensen The market is up nicely since my last post. Let's see if the rally continues until close. The Russell 2000 and Nasdaq continue to be laggards, as the market is still in risk-off mode. Both Apple (AAPL) and Gilead Sciences (...
TheStreet's Energy Contributor Dan Dicker says the bad news will continue for U.S. refiners and refining stocks.
This week, Cramer explains why he considers SolarCity and Amazon examples of cold stocks that are set to go higher.
Continued strong global gas prices are being met with relatively weak domestic crude prices, and TheStreet's Dan Dicker explains why this is good for the refiners but bad for U.S. drivers.
Twitter's close above last week's pivot high could lead to additional upside momentum into earnings.
Judging by what we've seen so far this year, if you want to be successful you'll need to surf the riptide.