There may be some relief soon in crude pricing as talk of an OPEC compromise spreads.
Many global manufacturers and transportation companies have been hit by an increase in costs as oil prices rise.
It looks like informal cooperation on oil production between Russia and OPEC is here to stay.
Charts suggest a potential price reversal for the stock.
A potential 'opening up' of North Korea could be a needle mover for these names.
The last time we saw swings like this, CXO bottomed.
These names offer high dividend yields that seem well-covered by cash flow.
With only two units supporting its huge dividend and pension obligations, a GE breakup is hardly feasible at the moment.
Here are a couple of names that have piqued my curiosity over the past few weeks.
Let's see where we should buy, what we should risk and where price could be headed.

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