Shares of the oil services firm have snapped back sharply in recent days.
Trends are relative to time frame, and energy traders must decide which bet to make -- and when to make it -- as I see a big swing ahead.
These energy companies are benefitting from high demand and tight supply.
Let's shine a light on the evils of easy money and how to invest now that the spigot is turned down.
Let me show you how to trade SLB as I see WTI crude closing below $95.
The earth's oil supply is only going in one direction -- down -- and here's what that means for investors.
It could swing past the point where things look normal or OK to a point where things look bad again.
The Strive U.S. Energy exchange-traded fund is billed as an anti-ESG ETF. Let's see how it stacks up against the similar Energy Select SPDR Fund.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
Supply, demand and timing are what matter for this commodity.