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Oil prices are prompting a rash of estimate changes. But remember, this is good for 87% of the market.
The CNBC "Fast Money Halftime" trading panel took a look at oil stocks ahead of OPEC's meeting on Thursday, as well as which retail stocks to stay long.
Concho Resources, not a bargain in terms of enterprise value to EBITDA ratio, could still post 30% production growth in 2015 as it moves ahead on its ambitious three-year plan.
The energy players we favor have good outlooks despite pullback.
The company aims to grow its production by 50% this year, but things could change next year if the price of a barrel of crude averages less than $80.
TheStreet's Dan Dicker talks to Jim Cramer about how investment banks are no longer propping up oil prices.
The Canadian company is not delaying its long-term growth plans. Here’s why.
Denbury Resources' above-average yield of 4% might not be enough to lure investors. Here’s why.
Continental Resources removed its commodity price hedges at a time when crude oil is tanking. Was it an insightful move, a fool's move, or one of guts with no glory?
In part two, we look at possible problem players in the Bakken.
Shares of Continental Resources (CLR) are down after CEO Harold Hamm stunned a bearish crude market by scrapping all of the company's hedges.
Shares of Continental Resources (CLR) were up ahead of the company's scheduled third-quarter earnings release on Wednesday after market close. Here's what analysts are expecting from the petroleum liquids producer.
No matter where you live, there's someone living nearby who is richer than you are -- unless you're on this new list out from Wealth-X.
Some small operators may be gone in a year and some complicated extraction sites may no longer be drilled. Real estate and geography are now as important as drilling innovation.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer shares his thoughts on a new Goldman Sachs report that says oil is heading to $75 per barrel, compared to its current level of just over $80.
Continental Resources (CLR) was downgraded to 'neutral' from 'buy' at Goldman Sachs today with a price target of $63.
Dan Dicker, energy contributor to TheStreet.com, talks with Jim Cramer about oil prices and oil stocks.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the basic materials sector lower today.
Investors need to put fear aside and focus on improving economy.
The markets will continue to be driven by news, with stocks being guilty until proven innocent, Cramer warns.
Cramer likes Continental Resources and Cheniere Energy and wants you to buy, buy, buy Domino's Pizza.
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