Halliburton Co (HAL)
$20.74 1.03 (4.71%)
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Market Cap 18.16B
PE Ratio -49.37
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 8.78M
Day's Range 20.44 - 21.44
52-Week Range 4.25 - 24.51
Dividend & Yield 0.72 (3.47%)
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After almost a year of dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, Americans are ready to get back to their normal routines. The only problem for HAL stock is, this demand is nowhere near enough to be considered sustainable for the oil industry.
Lately, Wall Street has started abandoning energy stocks. Here's how to profit from the ongoing exodus using put spreads.
Halliburton earnings on Monday morning have HAL stock climbing higher after the company reported mixed results for Q2 of fiscal year 2020.
Halliburton presents an admittedly mixed financial profile, but if you're looking for reasons to bet on HAL stock, you can find some.
Halliburton shares fell more than 80% from peak to trough. But the charts are looking better for HAL stock as it climbs back from the dead.
Halliburton stock is likely to take a big hit from huge production cuts. And the valuation and dividends of the oil majors are superior.
Halliburton should survive even if the oil market really has changed. But survival is not a reason to take a risk on Halliburton stock.
Halliburton stock is an interesting way to bet on the rebound of oil prices and it's superior to Exxon. Here’s why.
Halliburton stock is down 52% since the beginning of the year and it slashed its dividend. Its probems aren't over yet.
Halliburton may have lower its dividend, but the company still provides good value for HAL stock. Here's what you need to know.
Halliburton's financials are too weak to power through a prolonged downturn, making this energy stock a poor choice in the current climate.
HAL stock has gained nearly 30% in the last month, but the rally is far from over. With oil prices rising, expect this stock to keep soaring.
Oilfield service is a boom-bust business and this is not the first rodeo for Halliburton stock. But it's going to be a hard ride.
By Ken Trester
The market stalled at resistance yesterday, but the VanEck Vectors Oil Services ETF (NYSEARCA:OIH) pushed higher.
The Halliburton stock 6.7% dividend yield is a great bargain. Management has taken cost-cutting actions to secure the dividend with existing FCF
Some investors might feel skittish with the dip in Halliburton stock, but patience will be rewarded for long-term shareholders.
For many contrarians, Halliburton stock looks attractive due to the underlying company making deep cuts. However, even those pale in comparison to what is really needed.
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