NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- There's been an inverse correlation working between the oil market and the stock market. Oil goes up and stocks come down. To the uninitiated, this would seem to make a lot of intuitive sense. After all, 48% of all the stocks on the NYSE are either directly related to oil or have energy as their primary input cost. Of course, it makes total sense that high oil prices would negatively affect stocks.But the reality is that this is not the way it has been working.
Bet on Oil, Stocks Moving in Lockstep
Check Out Our Best Services for Investors
Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer and Director of Research Jack Mohr reveal their investment tactics while giving advanced notice before every trade.
- $2.5+ million portfolio
- Large-cap and dividend focus
- Intraday trade alerts from Cramer
Access the tool that DOMINATES the Russell 2000 and the S&P 500.
- Buy, hold, or sell recommendations for over 4,300 stocks
- Unlimited research reports on your favorite stocks
- A custom stock screener
David Peltier uncovers low dollar stocks with serious upside potential that are flying under Wall Street's radar.
- Model portfolio
- Stocks trading below $10
- Intraday trade alerts
David Peltier identifies the best of breed dividend stocks that will pay a reliable AND significant income stream.
Every recommendation goes through 3 layers of intense scrutinyquantitative, fundamental and technical analysisto maximize profit potential and minimize risk.
More than 30 investing pros with skin in the game give you actionable insight and investment ideas.