Chevron Corp (CVX)
$78.21 0.58 (0.74%)
19:58 EDT CVX Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $78.21
Market Cap 149.46B
PE Ratio 14.65
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 14.52M
Day's Range 77.50 - 79.15
52-Week Range 51.60 - 125.00
Dividend & Yield 4.48 (5.73%)
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There are signs the market’s correction isn’t over, but when it comes to blue-chip stocks, trading long and short is shaping up for profits
By Joel Baglole
While 2020 has been difficult for oil companies, there are some attractively priced oil stocks available that investors should consider.
Investor sentiment has shifted to a protective stance under the context of ever-rising tensions between the U.S. and China. In this environment, investors should consider stocks to buy now from a list of stable dividend aristocrats.
The investment thesis in oil stocks just shifted directions, and stocks like XOM and CVX are now dividend income investments.
Energy stocks have been in a consolidation zone and look attractive as fall approaches. Oil trending higher can potentially trigger upside for these energy stocks.
These Dow Jones stocks to trade aren't the trillion-dollar companies the market obsesses over. But each leaves plenty of room for profit.
Chevron (CVX) earnings for the oil company's second quarter of 2020 have CVX stock falling on Friday after missing estimates.
The oil and gas sector has seen a lot of volatility this year but it also provides the perfect opportunity to pick up some sustainable oil stocks at bargain prices.
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.
CVX stock will pay for the deal for the E&P expected to be accretive to ROCE, free cash flow and earnings.
High dividend yield stocks across sectors. These companies have robust cash flows and earnings growth visibility.
In an era of negative rates, there is no fixed income anywhere but equities. Investors are forced into dividend stocks to reap some yield.
These four strong California stocks deserve your attention and further due diligence to be included in long-term portfolios.
By Thomas Niel
In short, wait for a pullback before buying Chevron. With Wall Street pricing in a recovery, shares may not be worthwhile right now.
Oil prices and energy stocks have recovered well. But the profits will come from proven support not irrational hopes of further upside.
Even as markets erase all losses triggered by the novel coronavirus, there are plenty of value stocks to be considered for the long-term.
By Alex Sirois
Chevron stock has a lot of potential upside from here, and investors will pile into CVX accordingly. Without a solid fundamental case, however, its technical picture isn't even worth looking at.
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