This niche sector of the oil industry pays big yields.
The largest independent U.S. oil driller had a better-than-expected 2017. Does that make it ripe to underperform in 2018?
Things can't get much worse for the beleaguered industrial conglomerate...or can they?
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Instead of being blown away by the oil industry player's impressive earnings, the stock market chose to focus on another metric.
Oil prices may have turned the corner, but these oil stocks are still stuck in the dumps. Time to buy?
These companies had disastrous months. Here's why -- and what investors should do now.
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The gasoline distributor has radically reshaped its business model. But will that lead to outperformance?
And should you consider buying the electric-car juggernaut regardless?
The oil and gas industry player finished the year down while the market went up. Here's why.
The gas station and convenience-store operator underperformed the market and many other oil industry companies. Here's why.
After the stock market punished the oil and gas industry player in 2017, this could finally be the company's big moment.
The stock market is finally sending shares of the oil and gas industry player higher. Here's what 2018 may bring for the company and its investors.
The industry is finally showing signs of life...and the stock market seems to agree. Here's what to keep an eye on to make sure your oil investments outperform.
These three oil and gas industry players are great bets to outperform this year.
It can hardly be worse than this oil industry player's last few years. But there's still a lot of uncertainty as to whether the company can outperform.
These two oil industry master limited partnerships offer investors juicy distribution yields. Which should you buy?
The offshore rig operator's downward trend was stopped by -- of all things -- a bankruptcy. But not its own.
But there are signs that the oil industry player's outperformance trend may not last long into 2018.