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CLR intends to sell operated Oklahoma acreage that should fetch over $325 million.
We're capitalizing on the first broad weakness we have seen in some time.
In the last two years, with U.S. production dropping close to a million barrels, there was an increasing profile of production from only one shale play -- the Permian.
Markets keep surging amid strong earnings and upbeat Fed commentary. In the portfolio, we add to 3 positions and trim 4.
Here are Friday's top research calls, including upgrades for Arista Networks, Capital One Financial and Workday, and a downgrade for Avis Budget.
We believe the broader E&P selloff is overdone and view XEC as having catalysts above its conservative guidance.
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Be ready for a fairly sizable move to hit the crude oil market.
If one guy jumps into the porthole, he might cause panicked passengers to follow.
Highlights included initiating positions in Cimarex and Snap-On and exiting Occidental Petroleum.
Earnings and talk of the administration's tax plan invigorate markets. We add 2 positions to the portfolio and drop an energy name.
Cramer is looking for an opportunity to exit the position.
We will continue to look for an opportunity to exit the position.
Jim Cramer does not like how CEO Vicki Hollub is running the company and does not recommend buying the stock.
We'll scale into this position slowly, taking advantage of the energy selloff.
Jim Cramer likes European banks, plus Banco Santander, and New York Community Bancorp, too.
Here's what the charts have to say about breakouts for old-school tech titans Cisco, Jabil and Oracle.
Jim Cramer takes a look at Check Point, CyberArk, Palo Alto Networks and Fortinet.
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at the risks: Don't measure 'Trump per share,' measure actual earnings per share.
We are eyeing bullpen-name Cimarex and believe that oil's selloff may be excessive.
Cimarex and Expedia's fundamentals can push these stocks higher and we'll look to pounce on a nice pullback.
Texas region is where the hottest action will be for at least the next 2 years.
ExxonMobil and Noble Energy announced plans to build their respective Permian Basin portfolio, buys that 'continue to move the needle,' says Cramer.