Pandemic End in Sight Small Cap Oil Stocks Poised for Success? (PDCE, CEI, HP, MTDR, CPE, PBF, XOP, VKIN)

The Crude Oil market has taken flight over the past five days, powering over 15% higher in that time in a move fueled by optimism around the big-picture consequences of the Omicron variant. According to a recent South African study, infection with the recently emerged aggressively contagious but less severe variant appears to confer immunity […]

The Oil Space Could be Poised to Boom After SPR Headlines Fail to Hit the Mark (SBOW, CEI, MTDR, PBF, CPE, HP, SM, XLE)

Earlier this week, the Biden administration leaked through sources that it has put together a coalition of large oil-consuming nations willing to undertake a coordinated release of oil from strategic reserves.  It’s a landmark event given that the US has never before undertaken a Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) release outside of an immediate geopolitical or […]

The US Flirts with SPR Release, but Energy Trend Points Higher (HP, HNRC, PDCE, PBF, CPE, SM, SWN)

The U.S. is eying the controversial step of tapping the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, a foundational deposit of oil housed in the US to act as an emergency reserve during times of geopolitical stress where energy access is in question. It was created in 1975 after the Arab oil embargo spiked gasoline prices and damaged the […]

Are we Sailing into a Perfect Storm for Energy Stocks? (PDCE, VKIN, HP, MTDR, CPE, PBF, CEI, XOP)

As if oil didn’t have enough on its mind: Now, the Wall Street Journal is reporting that key energy sector investors are saying they see Crude prices getting squeezed still higher due to market spillover dynamics from the extraordinarily tight natural gas complex. This could represent a critical opportunity for active market participants. According to […]

Why the Recent Oil Pullback is an Opportunity (CEI, VKIN, FANG, XEC, PDCE, CPE, HP, PBF, MTDR)

The Oil market continues to lead all asset classes in 2021. The recent pullback in oil is – one can make a good case – likely attributable to cash-raising activities by US producers, who still have some bumps and bruises on the balance sheet from last year’s crash in oil. They can suddenly sell in-ground […]