Occidental Petroleum (OXY)
$10.22 0.42 (3.95%)
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Market Cap 7.83B
PE Ratio 4.14
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 30.81M
Day's Range 10.11 - 10.58
52-Week Range 9.00 - 47.58
Dividend & Yield 3.09 (30.23%)
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Occidental's risky acquisition of Anadarko Petroleum continues to weigh on the company's balance sheet. That's reason enough to avoid OXY stock.
You won’t find a friend in Berkshire Hathaway’s recent decision to dump shares, but it’s time to go long on doggish OXY stock.
Occidental Petroleum may have rallied last week along with oil, but it is far from hope. Here is why investors should avoid OXY stock now.
Here's part of the problem: Energy stocks have long been considered value propositions, but that's not helping the sector's cause. Over the past three years, a period including plenty of calls highlighting low multiples in the sector, the aforementioned S&P 500 Energy Index is lower by 41.5% while the S&P 500 is up 43.5%.
With legendary investor Warren Buffett selling oil-market underperformer OXY stock, there's little incentive for anyone else to own it.
Occidental Petroleum is cheap due to its debt load. OXY stock trades for less than its common stock tangible book value but will be worth more when oil turns around.
Here are 4 Buffett stocks investors should avoid in 2020, both from a valuation and a fundamental analysis perspective.
Even the best oil companies are gasping for air in this environment. With a litany of problems weighing on OXY stock beyond oil prices, this might be a name to avoid.
OXY stock has been through a lot this year. But until the price of oil picks up, there's still more pain ahead.
Warren Buffett sold all of his Occidental Petroleum common stock in the second quarter. OXY stock appears to be a hopeless cause.
Will OXY stock stage a turnaround in the wake of an awful quarter for Big Oil? Investors might want to look elsewhere for signs of optimism.
Using traditional analytical methodologies, OXY stock appears like an undervalued investment. But look deeper and you’ll see that the entire premise is flawed.
OXY stock looks like a bargain selling well below its real value. Occidental Petroleum is undervalued on a price-to-book value and FCF yield basis based on 2021 estimates.
Occidental Petroleum shares are stuck in a rut. Either wait for a breakout to signal momentum is back, or use OXY stock options to cash flow.
Beleaguered oil company Occidental has staged an impressive comeback since April. It may be time to take profits in OXY stock.
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By Joel Baglole
There's too much uncertainty surrounding Occidential right now. OXY stock is battling a crushing debt load and challenging environment.
OXY stock surged in the second quarter, but investors who want energy exposure should opt for higher quality fare.
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