Saturday, July 20, 2019

Options Traders Go Bearish as Energy Sector Takes a Hit

Options traders are changing their tune in a Canadian energy stock as sentiment turns bearish toward the sector. Market...
Energy ETF Resumes its Losing Ways as Bears Return to Weakest Sector

Energy ETF Resumes its Losing Ways as Bears Return to Weakest Sector

The bears may be coming back to energy stocks as oil falters. The SPDR Energy ETF (XLE) fell 2...

Some of 2018’s IPOs Have Pulled Back As Uber Deal Approaches

Initial public offerings (IPO) are taking a pause before Uber's (UBER) huge deal next month. That makes it good time to review...
Energy Bulls Still Looking for Oil Sands Breakout: Options Recap

Energy Bulls Still Looking for Oil Sands Breakout: Options Recap

Options traders are targeting an obscure Canadian energy stock as oil pushes to its highest level in over four months.
Energy Bears Chase Downside in Ocean Driller: Options Recap

Energy Bears Chase Downside in Ocean Driller: Options Recap

Someone seems to think the downside will continue in a debt-laden energy stock. McDermott (MDR), a provider of services...
Crude oil at four-month high as S&P 500 breaks 2800 resistance

S&P 500 Isn’t the Only Chart Hitting New Highs for 2019

Stock indexes, along with crude oil, just closed at their highest levels of the year. Is it the top, or the start...
Good News Sneaks Out for Energy Sector

Good News Sneaks Out for Energy Sector

Everyone thought this week's big stories would be China or the Federal Reserve. But it might be all the good news in...

WTI Crude Oil: Futures Contract of the Week

When people think about "commodities," few items spring to mind faster than crude oil. Let's consider a major way to trade it: Nymex WTI...

Energy Bulls Target Obscure Canadian Firm: Options Recap

Energy stocks are rallying this week, and one big investor is targeting an obscure Canadian producer. Roughly 83,000 March 9 calls were bought this morning...
Naysayers Hapless as Worst-Case Scenarios Prove Elusive

Stocks Keep Climbing as Negativity Lifts

Stocks keep rising as the fourth quarter's gloom continues to lift. The S&P 500 rose 1.6 percent between Friday, January 25, and Friday, February 1....
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