Jim Cramer outlines what has prompted the staggering rally in energy prices, and what stands in the way of it going higher. » Read More
Jim Cramer did some digging, and uncovered what element is driving the value of stocks higher.
U.S. crude oil extended its strong run Wednesday, and "Fast Money" traders picked the best ways to play the commodity's climb.
Jim Cramer provides his advice on various caller favorite stocks, including this oil stock with no bottom in sight.
Opportunities in commodity-related assets.
Perhaps the most interesting aspect of the holdings disclosed by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is what wasn't revealed.
Paul Meeks, director of institutional investing at Saturna Capital, is scooping up shares of an industrial name.
Although companies don't technically have DNA, executives aren't letting facts get in the way of a good story.
Why investors should buy energy stocks
Top tech investor Paul Meeks updates his "Squawk Box Platinum Portfolio" in these unexpected sectors.
As CEOs buy a record amount of stock with shareholder money, they're keeping their wallets in their pockets when it comes to buying shares on their own.
Hug your economist. You're going to need him.
Bullish case for energy stocks
Using a revolutionary osmosis process, Oasys has found a way to clean polluted fracking water, thus solving the industry's biggest quandary.
Take a look at some of Tuesday's midday movers:
National Oilwell Varco warned of a severe downturn in its business after orders for its drilling parts plunged nearly 90 percent.
Jim Cramer is gearing up for earnings next week, especially the oil companies.
Trying to pick a bottom in energy stocks: is this the time to go long?
Recent history shows that when oil has rallied more than 10 percent over a 30-trading-day period, oilfield service companies have benefited.
A sale of parts of Halliburton's business to appease regulators could be a game-changer for smaller oilfield services companies, analysts say.
Japan's economy unexpected fall into recession increases the likelihood of demands for further stimulus.