Marathon Oil (MRO)
$6.12 0.17 (2.86%)
19:59 EDT MRO Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $6.12
Market Cap 5.22B
PE Ratio -12.49
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 28.87M
Day's Range 6.00 - 6.27
52-Week Range 3.02 - 14.39
Dividend & Yield 0.15 (2.45%)
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MRO stock analysts think Marathon Oil can make money in 2020 if it brings in $4.2 billion. There are fierce disagreements over what happens after that.
Marathon Oil might not recover until its oil hedges are profitable. And without that, the MRO stock outlook isn't all that positive.
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By Thomas Niel
Nevertheless, Marathon Oil remains a high-risk, high-return opportunity. Consider shares a buy if they pullback from today’s prices.
Marathon stock spiked by over 50% in early June, but has given back most of those gains.
Marathon Oil's executives are crafting a solid plan to turn the company around. It will be an extended process, however, so don't expect results immediately.
Onshore driller Marathon Oil needs higher oil prices to be cash flow positive. Otherwise MRO stock may not be able to go up any further
With the stock market becoming ever more expensive, picking up MRO stock after its recent run looks far too risky.
The oil market was among the first to suffer during the coronavirus pandemic, and it appears to have put the worst behind it. However, independent names like MRO stock are still vulnerable to a poor global economic backdrop.
If you missed the Marathon Oil's breakout, here's your second chance. MRO stock is pulling back to a low-risk entry.
Marathon Oil stock climbs out of doldrums with higher oil prices. MRO stock is likely to continue to rise as oil prices rise and economic growth takes hold.
By Thomas Niel
If you believe oil continues bouncing back, MRO stock may be worth the risk. Otherwise, skip out on this name for now, as much of the upside has already been priced into shares.
MRO stock is down 56% from last December, and it doesn't seem like stock will rally anytime soon considering the volatility in the market
The coronavirus pandemic has made them cheap, but these stocks to sell are in trouble and have no place in your portfolio.
A couple of high-profile financial firms are firmly bearish on Marathon Oil, but there are two sides to the story for MRO stock.
A barrel of West Texas Intermediate started the year at $61. Then the price went negative in April due to the use of derivatives by speculators, etc. Now, it’s managed to make its way up to $34.50, less than three dollars from Marathon’s breakeven.
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