The new CFO and advertising tools at Twitter might be attention-grabbing headlines, but investors want to see user growth in the second quarter earnings release.
A market turn and an attractive valuation leave Halliburton in the position for further gains.
Weak demand has hit the LNG-focused stocks, but a strong earnings profile provides Chart Industries with a better path to chart once the sector improves.
Expanding margins and more cash to pay down high debt levels will help Weatherford International reward shareholders with higher stock prices.
The staying power and initial record numbers of the Kim Kardashian suggest that Glu Mobile is worth more than the current market valuation.
The results of the Fayetteville Shale from Southwestern Energy highlight the pitfalls of the shale revolution that will start hitting home in the next few years for most exploration companies.
Pricing wars and low customers additions should have investors on alert at domestic wireless providers including AT&T, Verizon Communications, and T-Mobile.
Despite ongoing struggles with an outdated fleet, Transocean continues to trade at an industry-high multiple that should lead investors into more attractive stocks in the sector.
Start-up issues continue to impact a lot of the new deepwater drillships, but the long-term execution of Ocean Rig and other players like Atwood Oceanics and Pacific Drilling make for intriguing valuations.
Antero Resources expects fantastic growth for the next couple of years, but investors need to keep an eye out for infrastructure issues that have hit Cabot Oil & Gas and Gulfport Energy in the same regions.
The partnership with Cisco Systems provides the potential for the investment thesis in Jive Software to finally develop.
After large gains over the last couple of years, and questions surrounding profit margins and an offer from Sprint, T-Mobile appears a risky investment at these levels.
A buyout of Kodiak Oil and Gas on the cheap suddenly places Whiting Petroleum in an attractive position compared to previous Bakken leader, Continental Resources.
The possibility of more downside from Chesapeake Energy will keep new spin-off Seventy Seven Energy from prospering in the current strong market for oilfield services, but investors should keep an eye on it for the future.
Comstock Resources continues to make great strides into oil production despite having a strong natural gas position.
Rice Energy remains one of the fastest growing energy exploration firms easily surpassing the fast growth of Antero Resources while trading at an attractive valuation.
With crowed app stores, building recognizable franchises is a great way to generate consistent results for Glu Mobile and Zynga.
Despite some lumpy well results from the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale, Goodrich Petroleum appears on a path to growth with an attractive market valuation.
The oil export fears appears vastly overdone for refiners like Marathon Petroleum, HollyFrontier, and Phillips 66.
The Level 3 Communications deal to buy TW Telecom provides solid synergies for the company, but the soaring stock price and high acquisition price leaves a questionable value for investors.