BP Plc (BP)
$36.29 0.24 (0.67%)
19:59 EDT BP Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $36.29
Market Cap 120.86B
PE Ratio 27.43
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 5.37M
Day's Range 35.99 - 36.31
52-Week Range 35.73 - 47.16
Dividend & Yield 1.82 (5.02%)
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Oil prices are booming and energy stocks are mostly at 52-week highs. As a bonus, many big names offer a high dividend yield.
Investors should consider adding some high-dividend stocks to their portfolios to protect against more market uncertainty.
Almost all oil stocks have taken a disappointing turn last year, but 2019 holds significant potential if you know where to look.
These oil stocks offer both income and reasonable valuations to investors, even as the crude oil price continues to fall.
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