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How Halliburton (NYSE: HAL) Gave Us a 70% Return in 3 Days

Using our Money Calendar tool, we take a look at Halliburton Co. (NYSE: HAL) stock back in April. It looked incredibly promising.

Even better, this Money Calendar tool shows the moves to be 90% reliable in nine out of the last 10 years. The time frame on average for the move was nine days.

Here's why Halliburton stock made the anticipated move in one-third the time expected...

HAL Stock in Q2 to Continue Its Recovery

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Halliburton Inc. (NYSE: HAL) stock rose 2.05% Monday to $47.85 after reporting better-than-expected earnings. This is a nice preview of what's ahead for Halliburton shares.

HAL stock was slashed in half from July 2014 to December, as oil prices also fell 50%. HAL stock has regained its footing in 2015, up almost 22% in 2015.

Even though today's Halliburton earnings report showed the effects of low oil prices, HAL stock kept rising. Here's why we expect the recovery to continue for HAL stock...

"Unloved" Pick of the Week: Halliburton Co. (NYSE: HAL)


Oil services company Halliburton Co. (NYSE: HAL) is an unloved stock that's actually a great value.

Based in Houston, Tex., Halliburton is the world's second-largest oil field services company and once had former Vice President Dick Cheney as its CEO.

But HAL stock got slammed in recent months by the plunge oil prices, and could go lower in the short term.

Here's why Halliburton stock will bounce back...

What's Driving Halliburton (NYSE: HAL) Stock After Today's Earnings

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Halliburton Co. (NYSE: HAL) stock was up 1.7% reaching a high of $72.20 early Monday after the company reported second quarter earnings that matched analysts' expectations.

The company also reported revenue of $8.05 billion, up from $7.32 billion last year.

But it wasn't the modest beat on revenue that had investors excited. And the bullish news didn't stop there.

This one development will drive HAL stock for a long time to come...