Constructive View on the Oil Selloff

Author: Frank Holmes
Date Posted: January 15, 2015 Read time: 2 min

Portfolio manager Brian Hicks joins hosts Liz Claman and Adam Shapiro of Fox’s After the Bell, to talk about where the opportunities lie in the energy space right now, particularly with oil hitting its lowest level in nearly six years. Brian says that although he is certainly feeling the pain of the drop in prices, he is actually becoming more and more constructive as the selloff continues.

Brian thinks that the oil stocks look very attractive here. He notes that in comparison to crude oil, they’ve actually been outperforming since mid-December.

See which area Brian says could really offer the most for a portfolio – is it drillers, refiners, integrated oils? Watch the replay to find out.

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