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An Energy Stock Set To Rebound

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Regular readers of my ramblings will be aware that I am usually neither a fan nor a follower of conventional wisdom. When an idea is repeated frequently, and seemingly by everybody, trading in that direction is foolish, especially if that narrative has held sway for a while. So when every pundit in print and on TV started saying that energy stocks were the place to be when the stock market fell so spectacularly a couple of weeks ago, I was skeptical. Now that stocks in general have rebounded but the energy sector has got left behind, however, there are some opportunities.

That doesn’t mean that I am ready to jump in feet first, but some stocks are setting up for a risk-controlled trade that can be used to establish long-term positions at advantageous levels. The idea is to find something that can be bought in expectation of at least a partial short-term bounce with the intention of taking a partial profit, thus leaving you long well below the market. Phillips 66 (PSX) looks like the best fit for that amongst the larger oil companies.

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As you can see from the chart above, PSX has lost over fifteen percent since the high about a month ago but has formed a double bottom at the previously significant $89 level. That doesn’t guarantee a bounce, but it makes it likely, especially given that oil is holding above $60.

The idea is to buy PSX at current levels around $91 with a stop just below that level, say at around $88,…

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