$42.69 0.50 (1.16%)
19:58 EST COP Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close -
Market Cap 49.95B
PE Ratio -101.64
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 9.54M
Day's Range 41.75 - 42.98
52-Week Range 20.84 - 63.35
Dividend & Yield 1.16 (2.72%)
COP Stock Predictions, Articles, and ConocoPhillips News
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Big-name energy stocks have dominated the oil and gas industries for decades. But their status is fading, and investors should stay away.
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By Joel Baglole
While 2020 has been difficult for oil companies, there are some attractively priced oil stocks available that investors should consider.
Yes, things are starting to get better for oil stocks. But it's probably best for investors to focus on quality, given the continued risks.
Goldman Sachs analysts prefer ConocoPhillips, while Ford's COO is buying stock. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
By Ken Trester
I want to take advantage of further weakness in the energy sector with a put debit spread on ConocoPhillips (NYSE:COP).
ConocoPhillips stock will resist further big drops despite management forecasting higher prices, mostly because of its strong balance sheet.
These five companies have made it clear they won't cut dividends or buybacks any time soon, and with programs that were solid before the pandemic, they could be just what your portfolio needs right now.
ConocoPhillips may not have touched bottom, but it's close. COP stock has an attractive yield and it is not likely to cut the dividend.
These dividend stocks offer great income to investors, but their tax-efficient buyback programs make them even better stocks to buy now.
Higher oil prices could restart the oil boom resurgence that previously ended years ago. This makes several energy stocks appealing buys now.
Looking for value? Energy stocks could be the place to find it. The beaten-down sector offers plenty of cheap stocks with good prospects.
If a recession were to take hold in Europe, energy demand could take a hit. That would be bad for energy stocks like these.
COP stock fell despite beating estimates, but company strategy, valuations, and political conditions continue to work in the equity's favor.
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