BP Plc (BP)
$24.90 0.49 (1.93%)
19:59 EDT BP Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $24.90
Market Cap 82.93B
PE Ratio 18.82
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 25.72M
Day's Range 24.32 - 25.48
52-Week Range 15.51 - 45.35
Dividend & Yield 1.82 (7.31%)
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While you're going to the gym and starting a diet, why not make some investing resolutions? Try to avoid fad stocks and demand dividends.
These dividend stocks yield considerable cash returns, and they will likely produce both payout and stock price increases in the 2020s.
With the upstream segment set to grow earnings in 2020 and the downstream segment expanding, BP stock is set to have a good year.
These nine stocks to buy all look too cheap. In this expensive market, they could be among the best stocks to invest in right now.
By Brad Kenagy
Investors are attracted to the energy sector because of high yields. After examining BP, I do not believe the stock presents a good value.
BP stock may struggle to rise as increasing output could outpace the increasing demand for crude that many hoped would increase oil prices.
BP stock moves with the price of oil. Easing global trade tensions could greatly raise oil prices, boosting BP stock price.
Dudley has worked hard to restore BP stock to its former glory. Unfortunately, BP Plc stock hasn't done too well.
Monday marked the last day in the third quarter. Here's what happened in the stock market today as investors look ahead.
Investors have dumped their energy stocks in 2019. This leaves the sector ripe for investors seeking strong dividends for their portfolio.
These 10 stocks don't quite qualify as "set it and forget it" plays. All have some degree of risk. But the risks seem worth taking for the potential rewards, which include near-term income, longer-term growth, and potential capital appreciation.
Gold and silver are hitting new highs, and so are Shopify and Chipotle Mexican Grill. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
If your goal is double-digit annual total returns, here are seven high-yield dividend stocks to buy that will get you halfway there.
A fair analysis reveals that BP stock is a 50/50 play, which doesn’t suit conservative investors. However, some positives in the oil market give BP a very slight edge.
The classic equity sectors to hunt for yield have been defense, consumer staples, and utilities. Dividend stocks with huge yields can be found in the unloved energy sector as well. ET, DCP, and BP are the three high-yielding names to buy.
XOM stock isn't for the faint of heart or for the short-term minded. But, it could be THE name to own if the bet Exxon Mobil is making pays off.
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