United States Oil Fund (USO)
$4.98 0.39 (7.26%)
20:00 EDT USO Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $4.98
Market Cap 646.40M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 303.81M
Day's Range 4.80 - 5.78
52-Week Range 4.03 - 13.85
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Oil prices are skyrocketing on hopes of production cuts. Here are the best oil stocks to buy to profit from the rebound.
At the moment the blame game can point fingers at the coronavirus, but CHK stock has been a very sick company with no cure for its ailments in sight.
Volatility seized the oil markets after this week's Iran missile strike. Here are three trades to capitalize on the big swings in oil stocks.
This morning I'm recommending a bearish call write on United States Oil Fund, LP (NYSEARCA:USO), a fund that tries to match the spot price West Texas Intermediate light, sweet crude oil delivered to Cushing, Oklahoma.
Oil prices are spiking and the energy sector is hot this morning. Here is one energy stock and two ETFs to buy to bank on further strength.
Higher oil prices usually translate into good price action for the major oil companies. XOM stock has a technical opportunity for a 5% rally.
Nio, J&J, oil, Bed Bath & Beyond and Carnival Cruise are on the move, so they're are must-see stock charts for Wednesday.
An unusual pairing of short Starbucks (SBUX) stock and long USO looks well-positioned for a profitable stock spread.
An inverted yield curve may be around the corner, forcing investors to rethink what they really want to own.
I'm recommending a bullish position on the United States Oil Fund (NYSEARCA:USO). Oil recently finished its longest daily losing streak on record before finding some support near the $55 level. That is a positive overall for U.S. consumer and the economy, but it’s certainly not good for energy stocks, which have also been hit extremely hard this month.
Oil and oil-related stocks like Exxon Mobil, Chevron and ConocoPhillips continue to get pummeled. Check out our must-see stock charts.
Oil prices are bullish and yesterday's drop in USO screams opportunity. Here's how to sell USO puts for profits.
We have highlighted a few popular oil ETFs that could be interesting plays to directly deal with in the futures market in the coming months. Compare Brokers....
Thanks to the Trump administration’s stern position on Iran, the USO ETF jumped higher -- and will probably continue its upward trek.
Oil prices are down, but not out. Capitalize on the price dip using naked puts on the United States Oil Fund (USO).
In the short term, we expect that traders will be planning for a flip-flop from OPEC. The underlying fundamentals are reasonably positive as well, which should help boost United States Oil Fund LP (NYSEARCA:USO) up off of support.
Best bought and held for very short periods -- a day, maybe two -- these ETFs can be useful for short-term movements in the markets, but be sure you know what you're doing.
Aside from the rise in crude oil (inflationary, raises risk of four Fed hikes this year) the other big story in play is the persistent yield curve flattening coming from the bond market, a loud signal that something isn't right.
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Investors in United States Oil Fund (USO) saw new options begin trading today, for the May 29th expiration. At Stock Options Channel, our YieldBoost formula has looked up and down the USO options chain for the new May 29th contracts and identified one put and one call contract of particular interest.