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Jim Cramer made some predictions about the stock market in 2016, while answering viewers' social media questions on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Tuesday.
Jim Cramer made some predictions about the stock market in 2016 while answering viewers’ social media questions.
Producers could see their sales rise by an estimated $25 billion by 2025 and fetch much higher prices if they were allowed to send their crude abroad.
An increasing number of energy companies are likely to file for Chapter 11, if oil prices stay low, capital markets dry up and the banks cut back on lending.
While energy stocks have spiraled amid a slide in oil prices, distribution companies like Kinder Morgan (KMI) will rebound more quickly because their business depends on sale volume, not revenue.
After lagging for two years, energy stocks are ready for their comeback. Here are some stocks ready to rebound.
Now is the time to invest in energy stocks, not trade them.
These stocks look ready to break out and trade higher from current levels.
Many of these companies won't be able to make it, and they will be picked up for a song. Many of them have superior assets.
Even though many are at rock-bottom prices, smaller energy companies aren't attractive enough yet for the bigger players to snap up. And some may disappear.
Looking for some stock-picking inspiration? Real Money's Jim Collins has a 'Sweet 16' portfolio he's sure will beat the market.
The most recent short interest data has been released by the NASDAQ for the 06/15/2015 settlement date, which shows a 1,858,817 share decrease in total short interest for Goodrich Petroleum Corp. , to 12,577,127, a decrease of 12.88% since 05/29/2015.
Goodrich Petroleum (GDP) shares are higher on heavy trading volume Wednesday, continuing gains from Monday and Tuesday.
Goodrich Petroleum (GDP) stock is up as both WTI and Brent crude prices trade in the green.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Goodrich Petroleum (GDP) as a strong on high relative volume candidate
Goodrich Petroleum (GDP) shares are surging after the company announced it will complete two of six uncompleted wells in the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale in the Gulf of Mexico.
Goodrich Petroleum (GDP) shares are down as crude oil prices fall on reports of higher U.S. shale output forecasts.
Goodrich Petroleum (GDP) shares are declining after analysts at SunTrust lowered the company's price target to $4 from $7.
Goodrich Petroleum (GDP) shares are lower as oil prices decline following weekly U.S. inventory data.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Goodrich Petroleum (GDP) as a weak on high relative volume candidate
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