Devon Energy (DVN)
$17.80 0.59 (3.21%)
19:59 EST DVN Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 9.32B
PE Ratio 24.05
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 16.63M
Day's Range 17.30 - 18.08
52-Week Range 4.70 - 24.35
Dividend & Yield 0.28 (1.57%)
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Energy stocks are rising alongside oil prices. Here's how to game the recovery with a high probability of profit.
With oil stocks printing all kinds of red ink, the fossil-fuel industry will be looking for a lifeline and a Trump victory could possibly provide one. Moreover, that victory isn’t an unrealistic proposition.
DVN stock is climbing on news Devon Energy will acquire peer WPX. Here's why it matters ahead of the election.
Don't be fooled into seeing these stocks to sell as long-term buying opportunities. The good times just might be over for these companies.
After Saudi Arabia and Russia started an all-out price war, the energy sector dropped hard. Don't try to catch these energy stocks here.
Better times have returned to the oilpatch with $65 per barrel oil, but these good times have a sell-by date for most oil stocks.
Devon Energy brought in underwhelming earnings for its latest three-month period, although a strong revenue showing helped to lift DVN.
CHK stock is stuck moving in tandem with crude and natural gas prices, but Chesapeake Energy is doing everything it's supposed to do.
The stock charts of EXC, FB and DVN are in good position to dish out big moves as the new trading week begins.
The stock charts of ADBE, DVN and IPG have earned a closer look for traders heading into today's action.
For both growth and a low valuation, JAG, CENX, DVN, RSPP and LTM are the best stocks to invest in right now.
Devon Energy (DVN) remains a Sell this week based on the most recent stock market rankings, and relative pricing of its shares.
We plan to trade the Devon Energy (DVN) breakout very carefully, but now that the news is out on some of the larger firms, upside to the $50 range seems likely.
By Ken Trester
The Iran protests are not having a direct effect on oil production, but they seem to be making oil investors a bit more fearful. It also appears that the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is really trying to be disciplined and maintain its production cuts.
Fears that an upcoming OPEC meeting will be a disappointment is sending energy stocks lower. Watch out for these five.
Stocks push higher Monday on M&A hype in the semiconductor space, but the single most interesting move underway is in the oil stocks.
Crude oil has been under pressure for months, but data is finally propping up energy stocks across the space. These six are perfect for bullish trades.
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