When oil and gas finally started to outperform, these stocks from across the industry were the big winners.
The company was poised to outperform, but Mother Nature had other plans.
The independent oil and gas driller had been stuck in a downward trend, but it finally won over the stock market last year.
It has nothing to do with the offshore rig company's fundamentals, which are good (for its industry). But there's another big reason not to buy.
Each of these three companies has a big problem that will be hard to correct: Here's why you should steer clear.
These two big midstream energy industry partnerships are more alike than different, but one tops the other.
This niche chemical industry had been white-hot all year, but suddenly in November, that trend halted.
Three discount carriers' stocks climbed, but you won't believe which company was the biggest winner for the month.
Income investors will want to skip these stocks' disappointing dividends. But one of them isn't as bad as it seems.
When a company's stock price soars, it can be a great time to buy... or not.
The company is a little fish in a big industry. Does that make it likely to outperform?
In the battle of oil producer vs. gas retailer, there's one clear winner.
The industrial titan has bigger fish to fry in its quest for outperformance.
This could actually be a good thing for the industrial giant's shareholders.
It was a good month for many big U.S. manufacturers. You'll never guess which one stumbled.
They surprised some investors by leaving their U.S.-based peers in the dust.
2017 has been rough so far for the airline industry. But you'll probably never guess which company outperformed last month.
None of them are REITs, and none are utilities. You'll never guess No. 3.
The oil and gas industry player returned to profitability despite a middling growth forecast. Here's what investors need to know.
The world's largest publicly traded oil company by revenue is about to report earnings. Here's what to look out for.