Stocks rose Monday, after October gains left the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 at records.» Read More
Crude oil reached a six-month high on Wednesday, lifted by a significant drop in oil inventories ahead of the summer driving. Will upward momentum on crude futures continue as hopes of a healing economy emerge? If so, a look at the S&P 500 Energy group might provide some guidance to investors seeking to place bets on crude prices moving higher.
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Investors who missed the March rally could get a break if the April pullback in stocks continues.
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Fortune Magazine is looking ahead to 2009 with a list of 10 promising stocks. Senior editor Leigh Gallagher says, "When markets return, they return in force. Usually, after a bear market, in the first nine months, the market goes up by an average of 32 percent, so if you wait, you risk missing big momentum."
As the CEOs of the big three auto makers get ready to testify before the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday, CNBC asked CEOs in advertising, healthcare and energy for their insight.
Even in a down market, there are stocks that buck the trend.
Where does a five-star fund manager look for opportunity in a down market? Jerry Jordan of the Jordan Opportunity Fund focuses on energy.
Bullish CEOs in the sector might want to temper their enthusiasm, Cramer says.
Dan Genter, of RNC Genter Capital Mangement, believes Congress will pass a bailout package by the end of the week, but he expects the next day or two to be wildly volatile and painful. Despite this, he sees opportunities in stocks that have been unjustly beat up.
With Congress rejecting a Wall Street bailout, markets are turning towards central banks hoping they will stop the decline.
If you think the energy trade is running out of steam think again! There are some bull plays in this otherwise bearish sector, at least according to the charts!
What’s the best way to play the recent spike in oil?
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RNC Genter Capital Management's Dan Genter thinks the market has found a bottom. Dave Rovelli of Canaccord Adams isn't so sure. But both men have some ideas for investors about where to go from here.
Banks are oversold and cheap by historical standards, and while a few that report decent numbers will definitely bounce, it is unlikely to eliminate worries over more capital raising. There's additional worries, as now many are concerned with deterioration in other parts of the banks' portfolios...
After hours Morgan Stanley recommended investors buy Lehman Brothers stock and set a price target of $31. What's the "Word on the Street?"
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1) UBS is pounding the table on oil: It upgraded oil to $115 for 2008, $120 for 2009, and intitiates coverage of the offshore drilling sector, with buy ratings on Atwood, Diamond Offshore, Ensco, Noble, Rowan, and Transocean. Here are the reasons...
It's a booyah-free zone. There goes Swifty!