S&P Oil & Gas Expl & Prod SPDR (XOP)
$21.76 0.44 (1.98%)
19:59 EST XOP Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $21.76
Market Cap 1.58B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 33.08M
Day's Range 21.68 - 22.58
52-Week Range 19.90 - 33.30
Dividend & Yield 0.26 (1.20%)
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Oil prices are spiking and the energy sector is hot this morning. Here is one energy stock and two ETFs to buy to bank on further strength.
The ETF business is evolving and that evolution has led to the introductions of ETFs to buy aimed at more risk-tolerant traders and investors.
Given XOP's penchant for volatility, the oil ETF has recently been calm and steady. That is somewhat surprising when considering the spate of potential headline risk that oil ETFs have recently encountered. Earlier this week, the Trump Administration said the U.S. is nixing sanction waivers on Iranian oil next month, a move that sent crude prices soaring.
Energy ETFs have had a great 2019 so far. However, a number of headwinds are hitting the industry now, making these energy funds vulnerable.
Oil prices are gushing and these three energy stocks will continue to benefit. Here's how to profit with XOM, XOP and COP.
By Jeff Reeves
Crude oil prices bottomed at $30 about two years ago. Now they are twice that, and oil stocks and energy ETFs are set to bounce back in a big way after recent declines.
After a surprisingly bullish 2017, don't expect a repeat performance. Instead, be selective and win with these best ETFs to buy for 2018!
Oil prices are rebounding, but so far Schlumberger Ltd has been riding the pine. Avoid SLB stock or use this play to capitalize on more weakness.
The saber rattling between Trump and Kim Jong Un has reached a fever pitch, and these four funds are the best ETFs to buy for the volatile geopolitical scene.
Energy stocks are finally bottoming, which is good news for the Energy Select Sector SPDR Fund (ETF) (XLE). Play the recovery with XLE.
Rarely do I see names like XOM stock be falling knives. I can leverage Exxon by selling downside risk against extreme fears.
The SPDR S&P Oil & Gas Exploration & Production ETF (XOP) is a smaller, more focused play on energy than the XLE. But is it better?
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