The oilfield services company is effectively navigating Halliburton a difficult environment and has an attractive dividend yield.
Oil prices -- as well as other energy, transportation and a resolution on tariffs on Chinese goods -- could affect CAT's future.
Despite an earnings miss, CAT could quickly shift gears for a swift comeback in the second half.
Servicers can benefit from scenarios at either extreme, unlike energy companies.
Oil is perceived as being an unavoidable loser as long as trade tensions rage.
We cannot rule out new lows for a move down in the weeks ahead.
Petroleum producing nations know supply, but can't figure out demand as U.S. shale, the China trade war and international dealing by Saudi Arabia and Russia come into play.
Recent insider buys in Occidental Petroleum and Flotek Industries during the energy dip may be sign of potential investment opportunities.
This Canadian energy name has paid dividends for over 64 years to its shareholders.
Several geopolitical factors could result in continued gains for the energy sector.