Exxon Mobil (XOM)
$41.87 1.27 (2.95%)
10:54 EDT XOM Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $43.16
Market Cap 177.26B
PE Ratio 8.78
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 6.48M
Day's Range 41.83 - 43.10
52-Week Range 30.11 - 77.88
Dividend & Yield 3.23 (7.71%)
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By Ian Cooper
While the Exxon Mobil stock did gain momentum, we could see a near-term reversal lower in oil as infections pick up steam across the U.S.
Amid industry write-downs and disruptive price action, Exxon Mobil stock investors should not let its top spot dog status lure them into a losing proposition.
The Lone Star State has plenty of star performers for your portfolio. These seven Texas stocks should be on your radar.
The oil majors' resilience will be tested, but Exxon Mobil's large size limits the risk of Exxon Mobil stock.
Even in a volatile market, not all blue-chip stocks will keep you safe. Here are seven that you should avoid until things brighten up.
Relative weakness has returned to the oil space, and that makes energy stocks a tempting target for bear trades.
Before you buy Exxon Mobil stock because of its upside momentum, you should consider the risk of another downturn due to unfavorable fundamentals lurking over the horizon.
By Thomas Niel
So, which high-yielding dividend stocks should you consider? Taking a look at large cap names, these five come to mind as solid opportunities: Altria Group (NYSE:MO) AT&T (NYSE:T) ExxonMobil (NYSE:XOM) IBM (NYSE:IBM) PPL Corporation (NYSE:PPL) With dividend yields of 5% and above, these should be on any income investor's shortlist. Also, with many of them still lower than where they traded pre-pandemic, there could be upside potential as well.
Don't risk your money on low-quality energy companies. Investors are better off with oil industry leaders like Exxon Mobil stock.
Exxon is starting to recover. However, investors will need to be patient -- low chemical and refining demand will slow Exxon's bounce.
Oil prices and energy stocks have recovered well. But the profits will come from proven support not irrational hopes of further upside.
Lower oil supply trends, along with stronger demand for gasoline as economies reopen and coronavirus fears drop, will push Exxon Mobil stock higher.
Exxon Mobil stock just hit a new recovery high amid rising oil prices. Here's how to profit as optimism returns to energy stocks.
Given Exxon's dividend yield and valuation, along with rapidly increasing gasoline consumption, Exxon Mobil stock is still worth buying.
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