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W&T Offshore (NYSE:WTI) hit a new 52-week high Wednesday as it changed hands at $23.89 compared with its previous 52-week high of $23.77. W&T is currently trading at $23.50 with 404,739 shares changing hands as of 12:31 p.m..
I'll maintain that attitude for the rest of the first quarter unless we don't see a few big upticks in February or March.
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There is still considerable risk in the education space, but I think the smart guys have that priced in and I recommend going short EDMC puts.
Royal Dutch Shell sells interests in six offshore oil fields to W&T Offshore for $450 million in cash.
Cramer calls Apple a retail titan and raises the price tag on the stock to $325.
You could argue that the 18-month chart for VXX shows things were super-crazy Jan. 2009 and that we are too complacent right now.
We are initiating a model portfolio position in an oil and gas exploration company based on its growth and valuation.
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Texas light crude for August delivery added $2.16 to $131.04 a barrel, and Brent crude was up $2.73 at $132.92 a barrel.
Expanding your stock-picking parameters is one way to loosen up a market that isn't going your way.
With oil prices dominating the headlines these days, many of the standard oil plays have either already peaked, or soon will. But that doesn't mean the sector is tapped out. There are other companies of interest here that have had little publicity but appear to be well-positioned to take advantage of rising oil prices.
Health care and oil and gas extraction are the only industries showing significant job growth.
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