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Investors key on the Gulf, but don't forget the Eastern Seaboard this Atlantic hurricane season.
Despite natural gas' slide, bidding for exploration rights in the Gulf of Mexico rose smartly.
A trek through Houston's executive suites yields a solid assessment for 2006.
The platforms are in decent shape, but the infrastructure to bring gas and oil to shore isn't.
There's no better managed company, says Cramer.
And SanDisk is best of breed in the flash memory space.
Enterprise Products has kept a more even keel than others in the group, so it wasn't strangled by a short leash.
Overexposure to the energy sector has juiced recent returns, and there's no reason to leave now.
You don't need a lot of money to turn a profit that would make Warren Buffett proud.
Retail takes center stage as the holiday shopping season begins in earnest.
Companies that move oil and gas remain good bets: Plains All-American and Enterprise Products are favorites.
As Hurricane Ivan wreaks havoc on oil and gas operations in the Gulf, there is opportunity for investors.
If Lehman's energy confab is any guide, the outlook is optimistic for these companies.
Parker, Petroquest and Hornbeck are well positioned to benefit from increased exploration in the Gulf.
Hurricane season is upon us, which can have significant impact on companies with Gulf of Mexico operations.
Don't let the market's short-term misery obscure your long-term goals. Still, you have to adjust.
Signs of life are emerging, from drilling rigs to deep-shelf activity.
Look for important energy tells when this company reports earnings Thursday.
Service companies should report a good quarter, but their outlook is more important.
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