|Day Low/High||104.19 / 106.31|
|52 Wk Low/High||75.11 / 105.63|
As Washington rushes to overhaul Wall Street and health care, the political risk in the energy sector might get overlooked. Doing so would be a mistake.
Why U.S. gasoline usage may have peaked, plus a bearish assessment of AIG.
Skepticism in the market rally stems from the fact that low-quality stocks have been leading since early August.
Margin increases and position limits are nice ideas, but they will have little to no practical effect on the way that the market operates now.
Is an economic recovery possible if oil cannot trade on supply and demand and is only pricing at the whim of capital?
Investors' insatiable appetite for crude has diminished the crack spread and made several refiners great long-term bets.
Shares of refining companies tumble on warnings of 2nd-qtr weakness, cash concerns
Although the indicators are mainly bearish, the market action is similar to the January-February 2009 time period.
Tesoro CEO Bruce Smith's pay fell 18.6 percent in 2008; base salary rose, but no incentive pay
Valero Energy CEO's compensation drops 50 percent in 2008 after drop in demand zaps profits
West Texas crude futures on the New York Mercantile Exchange were recently falling $1.64 at $44.61 a barrel in pre-session trading.
The Americas Sour Marker is looking to supplant West Texas Intermediate crude as the trading standard.
Wouldn't it be nice to get back a big chunk of your lost capital in one trade?
OPEC oil production debate is heating up, pushing oil prices for West Texas crude futures higher.
Some analysts believe that OPEC is so worried about renewable energy that it is restructuring its internal system to prevent another major spike in the price of crude like the one experienced last summer.
Tesoro overcame a sharp drop in demand for refined petroleum products, boosting its refining margins 51% to $12.47 per barrel.
The largest U.S. fund manager gets a boost by high-performing portfolios as certain industry stocks rally.
You shouldn't get rid of a stock at the first sign of a downturn. Each stock is different and you could gain in the end.
Dan Dicker, RealMoney.com Contributor, says the margins for refining have normalized after 2008's oil spike and certain stocks will reap the benefits.
The trading panel discusses the fallout over Steve Jobs' health problems.
China Fire & Security Group, FPL Group, Turkcell and Tesoro are updated; Celera is downgraded.
Even in this bad recession, good companies will outperform over the long haul.
The market is at a distinct place now, in terms of both short- and intermediate-term time frames.
As you find yourself at the end of one the worst years in stock market history, it's instructive to examine the situation rationally as you head into 2009.
I know when to adjust the re-buy levels, putting myself and my readers in scoring position for the winning run.
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