Oil Services Vaneck ETF (OIH)
$12.35 0.01 (0.08%)
20:00 EST OIH Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $12.35
Market Cap 845.49M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 8.35M
Day's Range 12.22 - 12.46
52-Week Range 10.76 - 18.68
Dividend & Yield 0.68 (5.49%)
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Traders looking for something to play on the long side this week should keep OIH at the top of their list.
Energy ETFs have had a great 2019 so far. However, a number of headwinds are hitting the industry now, making these energy funds vulnerable.
The historic drop in oil prices in the past 12 days took oil service stocks down to extremely attractive levels. Time to buy.
Petrobras had been rallying and now it's plummeting. PBR stock finds itself on the cusp of major support. Bulls and bears now face a critical test.
Oil prices are rising and it's time to cash in. Here are 5 energy ETFs to buy to play the current jump in crude oil.
With oil now recovering, here are a several ways you can take advantage of higher oil prices in the near future.
OIl prices may have broken out to sustainable new highs, and here's how to buy energy stocks from a conservative, medium and aggressive angle.
Stocks push higher Monday on M&A hype in the semiconductor space, but the single most interesting move underway is in the oil stocks.
Oil prices are rebounding, but so far Schlumberger Ltd has been riding the pine. Avoid SLB stock or use this play to capitalize on more weakness.
The Q3 earnings growth is on track to be the lowest this year after double-digit growth in each of the first two quarters and with high single-digit expected ea...
Oil majors like Exxon (XOM) are currently under pressure, as an OPEC meeting failed to turn energy market sentiment around.
Energy stocks are finally bottoming, which is good news for the Energy Select Sector SPDR Fund (ETF) (XLE). Play the recovery with XLE.
It's hard to find significant headwinds for stocks right now, which should prolong gains in the markets, and tech stocks still look strong.
U.S. crude oil officially hit bear market status on Tuesday. These oil and gas stocks are reeling as a result, and could drop by as much as 35% more.
Despite a still ugly longer-term look and feel, oil, oil services stocks as well as Market Vectors Oil Services ETF (OIH) look primed for a better bounce with defined risk.
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Investors in VanEck Vectors ETF Trust - Oil Services ETF (OIH) saw new options begin trading today, for the January 2020 expiration. At Stock Options Channel, our YieldBoost formula has looked up and down the OIH options chain for the new January 2020 contracts and identified one put and one call contract of particular interest.