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This at-the-money, long put shooter is a high risk trade, so use discretionary capital.
The Administration cannot force utilities to burn more coal when the power sector is at an inflection point.
We heard earnings from portfolio holdings Nvidia and Nordstrom this week, with one report bullish and the other bearish.
The deal will propel Diamondback to be the ninth-largest U.S. independent oil and gas operator.
The stock fell nearly 7% Wednesday and remains attractive here.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average declined by 125 points on Monday.
Turkish economic woes are sending lots of stocks down that don't deserve to fall.
It takes a bit of time to move the needle for oil. But when the tide turns, it can be fast and painful.
The first is the ISE Equity Ratio which chimed in at 213%, its first reading over 200% since January 26.
Let's go over the top stories on TheStreet on Thursday.
Goldman Sachs is very bullish on oil giant BP.
How does the energy sector stands to win? The answer is in the transportation of commodities.
We're looking to lower our cost basis on our petroleum holdings, but aren't buying more FB just yet.
Markets edged higher in what was a busy week from both a political and economic perspective.
The stock market just doesn't seem to grasp this Pax Arabica, and the bond markets are even worse.
Jim discusses earnings for DowDuPont and WestRock, our Amgen initiation, UnitedHealth Group, Kohl's, BP, Apple and more!
We have kept a healthy cash position to take advantage of down days like this.
These are the names for investors to consider in what will likely be a volatile August.
Jim breaks down Apple's terrific earnings report, talks oil and discusses several other AAP stocks!
Jim discusses some early morning movers, the banks, BP's quarter and growth turnaround, Apple and much more. Plus, he answers a member's question!
BP continues to execute on its plan to increase production out to 2021, while the burden of Macondo payments abates.
Tech is still the equity market's leading sector over three months -- and over most timeframes going back years.
Global stocks continued to edge lower Tuesday, as tech sector weakness bled into markets in Asia following last night's sell off on Wall Street, putting even more pressure on today's third quarter earnings report from Apple at the close of trading today.
The value of several U.S. brands dropped in value from last year, while many from China, Germany and Japan rose in the rankings.
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