Magellan Midstream Partners, Sociedad Química y Minera de Chile, and Goldman Sachs aren't that far off their 52- week lows. Perhaps it's time to look at two of them.
Berkshire Hathaway, Nucor, and Waste Management are great stocks for taming the bear markets.
U.S. Silica is backing up the bona-fides of its business model by guaranteeing its customers on-time deliveries, or U.S. Silica will foot the bill.
LGI Homes looks well-suited to handle a slowing housing market and its stock is trading for a dirt cheap valuation. So I asked some friends to pick my thesis apart.
Shares of Ensco, Enterprise Products Partners, and CNOOC look incredibly attractive right now.
Neither the beleaguered offshore oil driller's third-quarter numbers nor management's outlook inspire a lot of hope.
Helmerich & Payne has a long history of rewarding investors with dividends, but its financials are starting to deteriorate.
Another oil and gas midstream company gets gobbled up.
Based on conversations with clients, Halliburton's CEO thinks that 2019 will be another incredible year for oil and gas in North America
Even though oil prices have tumbled lately, the CEO of Schlumberger thinks oil is still headed upward over the long term.
Solar stocks have taken it on the chin in 2018, but that could present a buying opportunity for shares of SolarEdge Technologies, First Solar, and TerraForm Power.
China is looking to curb pollution by buying higher quality raw materials, and that plays well into the hands of Cleveland-Cliffs
Shares of Golar LNG Partners, Nabors Industries, and Kronos Worldwide have been slammed so far this year, and their dividend yields are looking very high.
Want to be a better investor with exposure to gold? Take a look at Barrick Gold, iShares Gold Trust, and Wheaton Precious Metals.
Keep an eye on Oshkosh, BAE Systems, and Raytheon, but not because you should be running out to buy all three.
Shares of frack sand supplier Covia Holdings continue their epic slide since the merger back in June even though its earnings weren't that bad.
Petroleum product manufacturer Calumet Specialty Products has struggled to escape operational and financial holes for years, but says it has completed one round of improvements and sees more ahead.
Investors would have forgiven Enviva Partners for hurricanes disrupting operations in the third quarter, but the company posted better results anyway.
Targa Resources is paying a hefty price to grow the business right now. Can its slate of projects cover the cost of new shares?
Cheniere Energy's management continues to raise guidance thanks to outperformance in the liquefied natural gas market.