Exxon Mobil (XOM)
$36.43 0.76 (2.04%)
19:59 EDT XOM Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $36.43
Market Cap 154.24B
PE Ratio 7.64
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 35.35M
Day's Range 35.68 - 36.71
52-Week Range 30.11 - 73.12
Dividend & Yield 3.23 (8.87%)
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By Thomas Niel
With much still up in the air, Exxon Mobil stock could go either way in the next 12 months. Stay on the sidelines for now.
Like the underlying oil market, Exxon Mobil stock is meandering. To spark some life into XOM, the oil sector needs a catalyst. However, investors should wait until they see evidence of such a catalyst developing.
Speaking of oil prices, the recovery hasn't been sharp enough to prevent Exxon from issuing some gloomy commentary. In a recent regulatory filing, the oil major said that if prices don't rally some more – it didn't say by how much – before the end of 2020, it could be forced to write-off 20% of output, or the equivalent of 4.5 billion barrels of crude.
Buying a small amount of Exxon Mobil stock now and buying more shares on any weakness in the fall is likely to be a winning bet.
Exxon Mobil stock was percolating on Tuesday amid rising oil prices. Here's the best options trade to use right now.
Exxon Mobil (XOM) earnings for the oil company's second quarter of 2020 have XOM stock slipping lower on Friday after missing estimates.
Traders should be cautious towards Exxon Mobil stock heading into earnings, as a recovery for the stock isn't likely until 2021.
At $44, XOM stock has all the characteristics of a great investment: strong fundamentals against short-term market volatility.
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Quarterly earnings are coming up and with a dire warning from the company, it might be time to unload your shares of Exxon Mobil stock.
Oil prices were popping on Tuesday. That said, here are the best energy stocks to buy in the wake of the newfound strength.
Exxon Mobil stock is an attractive buy with its 8% dividend yield. If the quarterly dividend is maintained, Exxon Mobil stock will rally.
Yes, things are starting to get better for oil stocks. But it's probably best for investors to focus on quality, given the continued risks.
In an era of negative rates, there is no fixed income anywhere but equities. Investors are forced into dividend stocks to reap some yield.
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.
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