From Annie Pei: Call it a case of bad energy.
From Tom DiChristopher : Energy stocks are on the cusp of falling into a bear market after a sudden escalation in the U.S.-China trade dispute dragged the stock market lower on Tuesday.
From Pippa Stevens: After starting the year on a high note energy stocks have faltered this month, and two market watchers say there could be more downside for the sector.
From Pat Heller: I advocate that the prudent person should allocate a minor percentage of their investment portfolio or net worth to the ownership of bullion-priced physical gold and silver. In my mind, this is buying “wealth insurance.”
From MT Newswires:
From ETF Channel: In trading on Tuesday, shares of the Energy Select Sector SPDR Fund ETF (XLE) entered into oversold territory, changing hands as low as $59.191 per share. We define oversold territory using the Relative Strength Index, or RSI, which is a technical analysis indicator used to measure momentum on a scale of zero to 100. […]
From Russ Koesterich: While much ink has been spilled this year on the rout in emerging markets, and, more recently, the fall from grace of technology stocks, natural resource shares are actually the worst performers year-to-date.
From Franklin Templeton Investments: Renewable energy has been gaining steam for many reasons, as have the investment opportunities in the space. Ketul Sakhpara, portfolio manager and research analyst, Franklin Real Asset Advisors, outlines the three main drivers of interest, and where his team sees potential. You might be surprised to learn how emerging markets in particular […]
From Zacks: As the Q2 reporting cycle is drawing to a close, investors must be interested in finding out the performance of the Zacks classified 16 sectors of the S&P 500.
From Contrarian Outlook: With a 43.5% climb in just a year, oil prices have blown by several technical levels to breach $70, and $80 is on the table by the end of the year.
From Chris Kimble: examines the long-term chart of a popular energy ETF and finds the potential for more gains.
From Zacks: The energy sector is once again poised to be the biggest contributor of Q2 earnings growth with total earnings expected to be up 123.1% year over year on 22.7% higher revenues.
From Zacks: The hottest commodity, oil has been on a solid run this year thanks to a tightening oil market and rising global demand.
From Chris Vermeulen: Crude Oil has been a major play for some traders over the past few months. With price, rotation ranges near $5~$7 and upside pressure driving a price assent from below $45 to nearly $75 peaks. This upside price move has been tremendous.
From Chris Vermeulen: Our research team has identified a potential major price rotation setup in Crude Oil that may be one of the biggest opportunities for traders in a long while.