John Flannery is out and Larry Culp is in. Here's why that may not be the silver bullet for the industrial giant's underperformance.
The oil-industry giant turned in a fantastic second quarter. But can it keep outperforming?
The oil and gas industry player is not only reporting fantastic results but projecting massive production growth. So why is the stock market yawning?
The two energy industry partnerships have similar unit prices. Which one is the best pick?
Tesla's stock performance has crushed GM's in recent years. But can it keep that up?
A top dog in an off-the-radar industry, an up-and-coming oil driller, and a beaten-down pipeline giant could supercharge your portfolio.
The integrated oil major has some inherent advantages over the top independent U.S. driller, but both are benefiting from an industry boom.
GE's largest-ever industrial acquisition hasn't paid off for investors.
The industrial powerhouse's stock price slide seems to have stopped...for now. Safe to buy?
What was once a top media and financial services company has slimmed down considerably.
Two things seem to have an immediate impact on the electric carmaker's stock price, but your real focus should be elsewhere.
Buckeye Partners' management swears its payout is secure, but yields this high don't usually stick around for long.
Even though the industry giant's stock price seems to have halted its slide, the company isn't out of the woods.
These 3 top industry players are ideal for those who want to buy...and forget about.
Some investors think GE has fallen far enough. But these investments are far more likely to outperform.
In a hot industry, Newfield Exploration, Apache Corporation, and Total are poised to outperform.
The industry seems to be taking off...so don't get left in the dust.
If you're looking for outperformance in the energy industry, these stocks should be on your radar.
Oil and gas are in high demand this summer, so now is a great time to invest in Hi-Crush Partners, Kinder Morgan, and MPLX.
The pipeline company is about to start sending big rewards investors' way...but are they big enough?