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Answering questions on our HP call spread after the recent price surge.
Graham screening reveals 2 names from past vintages and reason to be skeptical of retailers.
President-elect Donald Trump says the U.S. will withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership; U.S. stock futures and overseas shares rise as a rally in oil continues.
The economic calendar will make investors work for their Thanksgiving dinner in the coming week with a glut of data crammed into Wednesday's session.
Third-quarter earnings beat expectations, and I anticipate the same next quarter, at least with technology companies.
Close out and roll recommendations on trades expiring Friday.
Exit the HP bearish call-spread risk-reversal and roll it into a short call spread.
Despite the recent pop in oil, we maintain our bearish take on the price of oil and oil services companies.
Donald Trump's proposals to restrict trade and immigration from Mexico have rattled currency traders, sending the peso on a plunge. For Citigroup, it's time to invest more in the country.
U.S. exploration and production companies have put 107 oil and gas rigs back in operation since late May, after taking about 300 offline in the first half of the year.
Here's a technical look at how to trade several stocks rising on unusual volume recently.
Emulate Graham and Buffett with Greenblatt’s 'Magic Formula' screen.
Helmerich & Payne (HP) stock received a 'buy' rating at DA Davidson on Thursday.
Growing crude supplies and continued aggressive drilling globally are negative signs for energy stocks.
Helmerich & Payne's (HP) stock rating was increased to 'equal weight' from 'underweight' at Morgan Stanley on Tuesday morning.
Sell a bearish call-spread risk reversal on valuation and industry headwinds.
A look at a few of the more popular fundamental criteria used by great investors, including Graham and Buffett. Plus, five top-scoring stocks to consider.
With oil prices approaching the $50 mark, analysts say it may be time to buy the shares of such high-performing prospects as Eco-Stim Energy, Nabors Industries and Halliburton.
Opportunistic companies, cost cuts and profitable acreage have all helped.
Third-quarter earnings were way down, but the driller appears to have a secret weapon.
With an average bang for your buck of 4.7% and growing payouts, these are all perfect for retirement portfolios.
A look at today's top tech stories.
Stocks move higher late Tuesday after a choppy start to the day with Wall Street uncertain on how the 'Brexit' vote could play out.