Liberty is making strides its rival isn't, HAL. And that is a clear as day sign that there is a new top dog, at least soon, in the Oilfield prep industry.
There is some "MAGIC POINT" for dang sure - to just say HAL plug pulled -> all positions dumped into LBRT. Pretending timing is my 1st goal is silly though: it doesn't matter that much probably, as long as the...
The "Delayed dip" in reaction to $USOIL "hitting the crapper" took a full weekend to sink in, but $HAL has opened way down, as has rival $LBRT. Great buy windows will be here this week, and a re-entry could possibly wait until $HAL plummets sub-13 per share. It is finding no support at this level currently (now 12.98 as of the update, 1034 EDT).
This could set up...
Halliburton Co rallied today as teh commodity surged and indeed we seen rotation
into the energy sector.
Alert set for break above the 200ma .
Potential short term target $16.95
Possible we get a Golden Cross on the MA's
Indicators In reversal
$HAL has fought furiously through a terrible market for $USOIL, but its time of reckoning could now be here with OIL under 38 per barrel. It would be wholly unsurprising to see $HAL go sub-14, even sub-13, because oil dipped roughly 7 percent yesterday and that dip in price will take some time to be recovered. $HAL and most oil-related stocks should be shorted for...
I've been tweeting nonstop about Halliburton non-stop since it was at 14.21$ like a mentally ill person, and it keeps on going up.
Regretfully, it will continue, going beyond 29.5$.
Spot shares will have tremendous return, but out-of-the-money option trades will need to be wary of IV, unless they want to quit doing that.
Halliburton is one of the more resilient names in the energy sector. It’s up more than 35 percent in the last three months, while the SPDR Energy ETF is down more than 7 percent in the same period.
That recent strength has established HAL solidly above its 200-day moving average (SMA) since early August. It’s squeezed into a very tight range as it digests those...
$HAL has been a pet for this trader (Those who are already following yours truly have surely noticed), and the time to re-enter and ride Halliburton has arrived again. A partial re-entrance was made at 15.99 / Full entrance will be here at 16.20.
The last EXIT was at 16.55; substantial gain before a retrace that we all just saw.
The next exit will be eyed at...
$HAL has finally spiked that elusive 16/s mark it flirted wtih ever so briefly before. Now marks a graceful point to TAKE PROFIT and exit this position. Market volatility is high and $USOIL has struggled to surpass and claim 42+ per barrel.
HAL 1st Entry was @5.09 per share
HAL 1st Exit was @12.81 per share
Hal 2nd Entry was @ 12.7 per share
Hal 2nd Exit will be...
The long-awaited push past 43 per barrel now has taken place for oil, which renders key oil industry cog Halliburton on the rise. FIB Tracement shows a sell-point at 15.7, but tracing growth curves Halliburton should probably encounter precious little resistance until it goes 16+ per share: At that point, there is the first exit for a swing on this -- Though, this...
Description of my Tug-of-War (ToW) indicators (named for the tug-of-war between the bulls and the bears):
The price moving up or down is usually correlated with the lines of my ToW indicator being above or below 0 (you can hover in the chart above over previous bars to confirm).
The green lines in the 2nd pane from the top and purple lines in the other panes...