Marathon Oil (MRO)
$6.35 0.08 (1.24%)
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Market Cap 5.42B
PE Ratio -12.96
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 14.84M
Day's Range 6.31 - 6.53
52-Week Range 3.02 - 14.07
Dividend & Yield 0.15 (2.36%)
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Another wave of Covid-19 could result in a double-dip recession, hurting leveraged oil companies. Put these on your list of stocks to sell.
Marathon Oil stock will do well as its free cash flow rises with oil price gains. Marathon Oil stock will be worth over double its present price as its FCF grows with higher oil prices.
Do you dare to buck the trend and buy shares of Marathon Oil stock? It won't be an easy ride, but as they say, "No guts, no glory."
Marathon Oil stock might not perform well under a Joe Biden administration but it’s not for the reason you might think.
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.
The company claims to have a solid balance sheet, but skeptical minds should take a closer look and just avoid Marathon Oil stock.
Oil stocks have under performed the broad markets in the last one year. However, as global GDP recovers, oil will trend higher and these stocks are a value investment.
Marathon Oil is cheap by any reasonable metric. But there's no obvious catalyst to send MRO stock higher except higher energy prices, which remain elusive.
Investors should be very cautious about oil companies in this time of the Covid-19 pandemic. MRO stock is no exception.
Marathon Oil announced a plan to reinstate its dividend and pay down debt, but MRO stock recovery is tied to hope oil prices rise.
It will soon be a decade since Marathon Oil spun off its downstream business. How have owners of MRO stock made out as a result of its move?
MRO stock isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, so investors don’t have to be in a rush to buy it.
Think oil's coming back? A gamble on MRO stock makes sense. But fundamentals are getting uglier by the day, Marathon is unpalatable to all but the most extreme speculators.
If you can't recall what you were doing right about now in 2004, don't worry as we'll give you a nudge: It was the last....
Don't get sucked into the hype surrounding MRO stock. The energy sector is in a precarious position and MRO isn't well-equipped to deal with it.
The recent surge in trading volume on MRO stock shares is difficult to justify given Marathon Oil's dire financial outlook.
Exxon Mobil just got dumped from the Dow Jones Industrial Index after 92 years. What does that say about Marathon Oil and MRO stock?
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.
Marathon Oil is stuck in a dead-money drift. And that makes naked puts the only game in town for MRO stock.
Marathon Oil's free cash flow second-half guidance will push the stock higher. MRO stock will skyrocket to at least $13.84 over the next year.
Looking at options trading activity among components of the Russell 3000 index, there is noteworthy activity today in OptimizeRx Corp (OPRX), where a total volume of 615 contracts has been traded thus far today, a contract volume which is representative of approximately 61,500 underlying shares (given that every 1 contract represents 100 underlying shares). That number works out to 46.5% of OPRX's average daily trading volume over the past month, of 132,360 shares..
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