Energy, material stocks showing signs of strength

Hauke, Keenan
November 2006
Indianapolis Business Journal;11/6/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 35, p37A
The article comments on the developing strength in energy and material stocks in the United States. The positive divergence between the prices of oil and many of the stocks in the industry is illustrated. It suggests that while the market is providing a constructive environment for upside action for at least the rest of 2006, both energy and materials are poised to be good shorter-term trades.


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