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Playing Higher Oil and Gasoline Prices With ETFs (USO, BNO, UGA, UCO, XLE, XOP, IEZ)

February 25th, 2013

gasoline pricesSean Brodrick: Ouch! Americans are feeling the pinch at the pump as gasoline prices surge. Read more…

NYSE:BNO, NYSE:UCO, NYSE:UGA, NYSE:USO, NYSE:XOP

Weakness Could Morph Into Stock Correction (TLT, XLP, XLV, SLV, GDX, EWP, EWI, IEF, SPY, XOP, XME)

September 26th, 2012

Chris Ciovacco: Rising Spanish Yields Troublesome: The recent strength in defensive assets, coupled with an uncertain bailout timetable in Spain, tell us to continue to manage risk closely. The “risk-off” trade may be returning to the Spanish bond market, Read more…

NYSE:EWI, NYSE:EWP, NYSE:TLT, NYSE:XLP, NYSE:XLV

Which ETFs Performed Best During QE2? (SLV, IEZ, OIH, XES, XOP, XLE, KOL, XME, IWO, RSX, SMH)

September 13th, 2012

Chris Ciovacco: If you are looking for an edge in terms of Thursday’s highly anticipated Fed announcement, the statements leading up to the announcement of QE2 in 2010 are an excellent place to start. Thus far, 2012 has not strayed far from the 2010 QE script, Read more…

NYSE:IEZ, NYSE:KOL, NYSE:OIH, NYSE:XES, NYSE:XLE, NYSE:XOP

Energy ETF Cheat Sheet: Expenses, Dividends, And Returns (OIH, XOP, VDE, XLE, FEG, ENY, AXEN, PSCE, FILL)

June 7th, 2012

Michael Johnston: Energy stocks have struggled mightily so far in 2012, as soft demand for petroleum products and progress towards alternative sources of energy have weighed on this sector. Despite the recent challenges, allocations to energy stocks remain a key component Read more…

NYSE:ENY, NYSE:FEG, NYSE:OIH, NYSE:VDE, NYSE:XLE, NYSE:XOP

15 Different Ways To Invest In Energy With ETFs (XLE, UNG, BNO, FCG, USO, DBO, XOP, OIH, XOM)

May 7th, 2012

Michael Johnston: Energy has long been a popular destination for all types of investors, ranging from smaller individuals to sophisticated billion dollar hedge funds. It wasn’t that long ago that the strategies for investing in energy were relatively simple and straightforward: buy ExxonMobil (NYSE:XOM). But thanks Read more…

NYSE:BNO, NYSE:DBO, NYSE:FCG, NYSE:UNG, NYSE:XLE, NYSE:XOP

Simple Ways To Monitor Current Market (VXX, DBC, XOP, IWM, EEM, IYR)

April 26th, 2012

Chris Ciovacco: A good way to sum up the conflicting signals that the markets are giving from a short-term perspective is to look at our comments from Wednesday. Before the market opened, we posted charts that had a bullish slant. At 2:30 p.m. EDT, we said the session was weaker than it appeared. Read more…

NYSE:DBC, NYSE:EEM, NYSE:IWM, NYSE:IYR, NYSE:VXX, NYSE:XOP

Not Even Saudi Arabia Can Save Us From High Oil Prices (USO, OIL, DBO, XOP, XES, MRO, MPC)

March 28th, 2012

Jason Simpkins:  With oil prices (NYSEARCA:USO) soaring ever higher, Saudi Arabia stepped in last week and vowed to increase its production by 25% if necessary.  But while that assurance managed to siphon a few dollars off of oil futures, the reality is there’s nothing Saudi Arabia – or anyone else, for that Read more…

NYSE:DBO, NYSE:OIL, NYSE:USO, NYSE:XES, NYSE:XOP

Current Stock Push Has Hurdles To Clear (XOP, EEM, EWG, EWJ, SCZ, IWM, IWO)

March 12th, 2012

Chris Ciovacco:  The rally off the lows of last week has some work to do before it becomes convincing.  While the longer-term outlook remains favorable from a technical perspective, the conviction from buyers needs to pick up in the short-term. Read more…

NYSE:EEM, NYSE:EWG, NYSE:EWJ, NYSE:IWM, NYSE:IWO, NYSE:XOP

Possible Buy Entry Trigger For This ETF (IYR, XOP, XLU, SOXL, DVY)

February 21st, 2012

Stocks ended the session mixed on Friday as volume quickened. Bigger cap issues showed strength as high beta issues struggled. By the closing bell the Dow Jones Industrial Average (NYSEArca:DIA) and the S&P 500 (NYSEArca:SPY) posted gains of 0.4% and 0.2% respectively. The S&P MidCap 400 and Read more…

NYSE:DVY, NYSE:IYR, NYSE:SOXL, NYSE:XLU, NYSE:XOP

The Pullback In These ETFs Offer A Buying Opportunity (XOP, IAU, IWM, DIA, SPY, DVY, IYT)

February 7th, 2012

Stocks eased modestly on Monday, on very light trade. The major indices chopped around in a tight range for the entire day and eventually closed just below session highs. The small-cap Russell 2000 (NYSEArca:IWM) fell 0.3%, while the Nasdaq (NASDAQ:QQQ), DJIA (NYSEArca:DIA)and S&P Read more…

NYSE:DIA, NYSE:IAU, NYSE:IWM, NYSE:XOP

Oil and Gas Exploration ETF Surges Above 200 Day On Big Volume (XOP, IYT, IYR, DVY, XLP, DIA, SPY)

January 25th, 2012

For the third time in as many days, stocks showed little direction, and ended the session mixed.  By the closing bell three of the five major indices were up and two were down.  Higher beta issues led the way, as the small-cap Russell 2000 (NYSEArca:IWM), S&P MidCap 400 and the Nasdaq Read more…

NYSE:DVY, NYSE:IYR, NYSE:IYT, NYSE:XOP

Natural Gas Prices: Has The Flame Been Lit? (XOP, UNG, XOM, CVX, APC, CHK, APA)

January 24th, 2012

David Gillie: As an equities analyst, I’m expected to know the answer to this question. Quite honestly, I don’t. Here’s why: Read more…

NYSE:UNG, NYSE:XOP

2012 Oil Price Outlook: How To Profit From $150 Oil (USO, OIL, DBO, XOP, XES, CHK, APC, MPC, EOG, SU)

January 6th, 2012

Jason Simpkins: 2011 was an up-and-down year for oil prices, but don’t expect that pattern to repeat in 2012.  In the coming year, the trajectory for oil prices will be far more linear – and it’s pointed up. In fact, we could even see $150 oil by mid-summer. Read more…

NYSE:DBO, NYSE:OIL, NYSE:USO, NYSE:XES, NYSE:XOP

Outlook For Oil In 2012: Why Investors Should Expect $150 Oil Prices and How To Profit (USO, PBR, XOP, CHK, SU)

December 15th, 2011

Jason Simpkins: 2011 was an up-and-down year for oil prices (NYSEARCA:USO), but don’t expect that pattern to repeat in 2012. No, next year, the trajectory for oil prices will be far more linear – and it’s pointed up. In fact, we could even see $150 oil by mid-summer. Read more…

NYSE:DBO, NYSE:OIL, NYSE:USO, NYSE:XES, NYSE:XOP

Crude Oil Investing: Twenty Five (25) Ways To Invest In Crude Oil (XLE, USO, CVX, BP, XOM, RIG, PBR, HAL)

December 8th, 2011

Jared Cummans: Crude oil has been in the limelight in recent weeks, as its priced surged from a low of $75 barrel to break through the century mark, marking an increase of over 35%. While oil has long been, arguably, the most popular commodity on the market, investors and traders alike are looking to Read more…

NYSE:BNO, NYSE:CRUD, NYSE:DBO, NYSE:UGA, NYSE:USL, NYSE:USO, NYSE:XLE, NYSE:XOP




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