Whats up Traders -
Looking out here at a 'swing trade'.
I'm fully expecting:
oil prices to rise
Production to stay curtailed
The Iranian sanction lift to go off without a bearish pressure on the oil industry.
Summer Demand / increasing demand to cause shortages
Prices to Spike
Oil Companies profit outlooks to rise
Long Halliburton / Oil is a solid low...
I think $HAL is poised to rise up to 50% from here, it tested a monthly support and held up, and is now shooting up with oil coming out of a correction. I'm entering positions at market open, and looking to add over time as the trend develops, if it does bottom here as I see it now.
Best of luck,
SLB and HAL 2 examples of top holdings. It's time for the down trend pressure to end for now. This is a slow moving sector and most all stocks in this space gaped lower after last earnings. Time to create a shopping list if dip buyers show up.
Halliburton reported in its last quarter operations for $365 million, or $0.42 per diluted share. If we compare the income from continuing operations of second quarter 2017 around $28 million, or $0.03 per diluted share and compare with Crude Oil price, we can see how the pressure is correlating, but at the same time we have to keep in mind my forecast for WTI on...
Hi guys. I'm seeing some serious strength here in the pattern that HAL is showing. I humbly don't recommend shorting here but should a pullback occur it could be a good long trade. May the plants in your gardens grow tall and strong.
HAL has been in a sideways consolidation for the past 2 months. Despite the rise in oil prices, HAL has maintained it's price range between $41 and $46.
Prices are currently at the bottom level, supported by the Darvas level. In addition, stochastic price levels are currently oversold.
Go long through Jan18 42 Calls when prices break $41.20. First profit...
Since the end of January of this year, a downward trend formed in the stock which, as things progressed, was confirmed over and over again. In addition, the much-observed SMA 200 was exited downwards. Currently, the value is far into the correction of the last downward movement, and it is worth keeping an eye out for short signals.
I would of thought increased market share was a big positive for XLE Energy Sector but they sure are not pricing it in at all. I sure would not want to bet against the energy trend into earnings in the morning. I actually think HAL should do better than last quarter. I can't wait to see the results. My gut says XLE stocks catch a bid tomorrow.
Halliburton Company (NYSE:HAL) was primed for a monster breakout on the stock chart today. The stock chart had a perfect bull flag setup, it just needed catalyst. Then it happened. Overnight, non-OPEC oil producing nations announced a cut in production. Oil surged dramatically going into today's action. This seemed like a perfect catalyst for a massive breakout....