Four Stocks to Buy on an Oil Decline

All commodities have been facing downward pressure this year. Aluminum, copper, metallurgical coal and iron have all been hit by oversupply and have declined. Steel has been in a glut for years, and gold has not been spared, either. Natural gas got hit in 2009 and has only recently begun to recover -- prices are still very low. Potash fertilizer has until very recently remained above the fray, but the breakup of a major cartel in Belarus has finally knocked this down, too.

That leaves oil. Only oil has managed to stay up at 2010-to-2011 levels. Oil companies are just as richly valued, as well, with many of these stocks making frequent new highs. Will oil follow in potash's footsteps and join the rest of the commodities crowd? If so, some of these stocks could be coming down as well. Today I have four oil producers on a "wish list." All of them are recognized for their excellence by the market, and are trading near new highs....478 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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