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Closing price September 24, 2020
Credit Suisse has an updated view on its midstream and MLP earnings for the second quarter, and the firm is suggesting that a defensive tone could emerge.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Wednesday included Alcoa, AMD, Caterpillar, CSX, Intel, Nvidia, Raytheon, Suncor, Square and Walgreens.
Just when it looked as if crude oil prices were going to pull back, suddenly a one-day surge has taken oil back above $60 per barrel.
Stifel remains bullish on four large-cap MLPs, two of which are on its Select List. All make sense for growth and income accounts looking for dependable distributions.
These four stocks could be great total return stories that also offer investors a degree of safety in what has become a very expensive stock market. They all make sense for growth and income accounts.
While most oil exploration and production stocks have been hammered, the midstream companies have held up much better. Despite a solid start to 2019, these top companies still offer investors cheap...
Some of the biggest and best oil stocks are still incredibly cheap compared to the rest of the market. These four are outstanding long-term buys for growth portfolios looking for income as well.
With oil hovering a few dollars under the $70 level, you can bet that the big integrateds are looking to produce and sell as much as possible, especially as the sanctions on Iran are totally put in...
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Thursday include Cedar Fair, Enterprise Products Partners, Foot Locker, Fitbit, Nike, Square, Tesla and Under Armour.
Many top energy MLPs are trading well below highs posted in 2014 and may be offering investors looking for energy exposure and income an incredible entry point.
With bond yields still very low, dividend-yielding total return stocks may be the way to play the rest of 2018. These five stocks are ideal for investors who want to own ones that they can put in...
These five companies that all pay at least a 5% dividend, have shares rated Buy by analysts and offer a reasonable degree of safety.
The top picks at Jefferies are based on a long-view bullish stance on the industry. These seven top companies are solid choices for long-term growth portfolios looking to add energy.
With the risk premium in the Middle East back on the table, and the worldwide glut of oil almost eliminated, when you add in surging demand you have all of the tailwinds needed to push energy stocks...
These four top stocks all have solid upside potential to the Merrill Lynch price targets and have yet to catch up with the commiserate price move in oil.