Exxon Mobil (XOM)
$34.30 0.02 (0.06%)
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Market Cap 145.22B
PE Ratio 7.19
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 9.79M
Day's Range 33.88 - 34.41
52-Week Range 30.11 - 73.12
Dividend & Yield 3.23 (9.42%)
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After making the connection between carbon pricing and the long-term value of Exxon Mobil stock, more folks might enter into the long trade.
For contrarian investors, Exxon Mobil stock is a compelling buy. There's little left to go wrong, and multiple ways to win as oil recovers.
Exxon Mobil stock is in a valley thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, which presents a potential buying opportunity for energy investors.
Exxon Mobil stock boasts a healthy dividend yeild and with effective cost control and liqudity management, expect the stock to bounce back.
Should traders view Exxon Mobil as a dinosaur when tech stocks are in favor? Actually, there may be reasons to hold your Exxon Mobil stock.
The thesis to invest in Exxon Mobil stock has changed for ever. It now makes for a better dividend investment than a stock upside trade.
At the end of the day, Exxon Mobil stock is a bellwether. Therefore, it’s startling that shares are trending down while other investments – including used car stocks – are moving higher.
Despite its sky-high dividend, Exxon Mobil stock remains a risky purchase. Investors need to wait for 2 major changes before buying into XOM.
Exxon Mobil stock continues to slide after being removed from the Dow. Climate change activists claim credit, but this is really just about performance.
By Joel Baglole
While 2020 has been difficult for oil companies, there are some attractively priced oil stocks available that investors should consider.
It's never too early to start preparing for the next big downturn. Here are seven safe dividend stocks to ride out coming storms.
Exxon Mobil just got dumped from the Dow Jones Industrial Index after 92 years. What does that say about Marathon Oil and MRO stock?
Exxon Mobil’s dividend is currently yielding 8.7%. Does that make Exxon Mobil stock a buy? No, but not for the reason you might think.
The investment thesis in oil stocks just shifted directions, and stocks like XOM and CVX are now dividend income investments.
Despite the risk, 30-something investors should protect their nest egg with red-hot stocks that also offer long-term value.
Exxon's dividend commitment is pushing the yield higher. At an 8.5% dividend yield today, Exxon Mobil stock could keep falling anyway.
Exxon Mobil stock will continue to struggle because management is determined to preserve Exxon's dividend – even at the expense of growth.
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.
Exxon Mobil stock is holding up nicely above $40, although it seriously lacks momentum. With an 8% dividend yield, is it inticing enough?
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