Exxon Mobil (XOM)
$47.89 2.42 (4.81%)
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Market Cap 202.76B
PE Ratio 10.04
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 42.41M
Day's Range 47.29 - 49.08
52-Week Range 30.11 - 68.42
Dividend & Yield 3.23 (6.74%)
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Energy stocks are rising alongside oil prices. Here's how to game the recovery with a high probability of profit.
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Every portfolio needs to own oil stocks much like they did bonds. There is no fixed income anywhere better than today's energy stocks.
The oil patch is losing control of the market to companies whose machines harvest energy from the Sun and wind. But there are still opportunities.
With its dividend yielding 8.24%, XOM stock should be a strong buy. But investors worry there's too much oil on the market and not enough demand.
XOM stock is definitely not a momentum stock so it needs to rest after long rallies. Buy it on the dip and own it for the 8.5% dividends.
With the markets reaching new highs, it might be time to get defensive, and that means considering these seven blue-chip stocks.
Exxon Mobil will maintain its dividend at all costs, making the shares a great bargain. XOM stock is worth 63% more or a total return of 35% annually for the next several years.
Exxon Mobil’s share price has fallen into the low $30s twice in 2020. Despite the headwinds, a third time could be the charm for XOM stock.
Ignore the dividend and focus on a smarter, contrarian investment in XOM stock instead. It's ready to deliver big-time capital gains.
The company's management seems committed to maintaining its high dividend yield, but too many problems could weigh on XOM stock.
As a transition in power suggests a return to political normalcy, XOM stock and other oil names have jumped higher. However, the broader trend continues to cast a dark cloud over the traditional energy sector.
If you’re going to survive and thrive in the markets in the 2020s, you must be invested in tech, and ideally in the fastest-growing, most highly disruptive, and most profitable tech companies that are available in the market today.
Big-name energy stocks have dominated the oil and gas industries for decades. But their status is fading, and investors should stay away.
It was once a blue-chip name, but these days, XOM stock has a dividend dilemma and limited near-term recovery prospects.
XOM stock shares may have staged a late fall rally, but that does not mean Exxon Mobil is at the start of a meaningful recovery.
Even with energy prices in the dumps, here are a group of oil stocks that will pay a nice yield for your income stream.
XOM stock has been beat down in 2020, which to some investors might seem like an opportunity. But Exxon Mobil's future prospects look dim.
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