Energy Stocks

7 Energy Stocks to Buy for Under $5

These seven energy stocks aren't without risk -- in fact, they've got plenty -- but they could be fantastic rebound stories on higher oil or buyouts. More 

XOM Stock – Why Exxon Mobil Is Worth a Shot Now

Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM) is about to report earnings, and they're likely to be negative. But at this point, XOM stock has a lot more to gain than lose. More 

Trade of the Day: Energy Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLE)

The dollar was mostly lower on Monday, precious metals were the upside stars of the session and crude oil took a break by finishing flat. More 

Is BP Stock About to Get Bought Out?

The Shell buyout of BG completely changed the game in the energy industry. BP could be in the crosshairs of another super major. More 

6 MLPs to Buy for High Yield

When it comes to high yield, master limited partnerships (MLPs) are still income royalty. Here are six MLPs that sport large (and growing!) yields. More 

HAL Stock: Don’t Get Too Excited About Halliburton Earnings

Halliburton beat Wall Street’s expectations in its earnings report this week, but for investors and anyone contemplating buying HAL stock, it’s important to look at both sides of the coin. More 

4 Blue-Chip Energy Stocks That Could Start Gushing in 2015

OPEC sees oil prices rising by the end of the year -- and that will likely make these four blue-chip energy stocks big winners in 2015. More 

Wall Street Reconsidering Energy Stocks

If the market is able to continue its bullish bounce, it may be time to start looking at energy stocks that have swung too far into negative territory as potential bullish candidates. More 

Schlumberger Earnings: First Chance to See the Wreckage (SLB)

It's the first full quarter since the oil price bust and the results aren't going to be pretty for SLB stock or other energy firms. More 

5 Energy Stocks That Are Powering Up

Energy stocks like SLB and APC are set to break out as rig counts have collapsed, production is preparing to roll over and the charts are in these companies' favor. More