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52-Week Lows

According to GuruFocus' list of 52-week lows, these Guru stocks have reached their 52-week lows.

ConocoPhillips reached the 52-week low of $58.75

The price of ConocoPhillips (NYSE:COP) shares has declined to close to the 52-week low of $58.75, which is 29.3% off the 52-week high of $80.24. The company has a market cap of $66.4 billion.

Its shares traded with a price-earnings ratio of 9.51 and a price-sales ratio of 1.86 as of July 26. The trailing 12-month dividend yield is 2.08%. The forward dividend yield is 2.08%.

ConocoPhillips is a U.S.-based independent exploration and production firm. In 2017, it produced 832,000 barrels per day of oil and natural gas liquids and 3.3 billion cubic feet per day of natural gas, primarily from the U.S., Canada, Norway and the U.K. Proven reserves at year-end 2016 stood at 5 billion barrels of oil equivalent.

Adjusted earnings for the first quarter of 2019 were $1.15 billion compared to $1.14 billion for the prior-year period.

Simon Property Group reached the 52-week low of $158.33

The price of Simon Property Group Inc. (NYSE:SPG) shares has declined to close to the 52-week low of $158.33, which is 19.0% off the 52-week high of $191.49. The company has a market cap of $48.92 billion.

Its shares traded with a price-earnings ratio of 20.70 and a price-sales ratio of 8.57 as of July 26. The trailing 12-month dividend yield is 5.12%. The forward dividend yield is 5.18%. The company had an annual average earnings growth of 4.90% over the past 10 years.

Simon Property Group is the largest retail U.S. real estate investment trust, with distinct platforms for its upscale regional malls, premium outlet centers and international properties, among others. Simon owns or has an interest in roughly 200 properties in the U.S. It has a 20% ownership interest in Klepierre, which owns shopping centers throughout Europe, and interests in multiple other properties throughout North America, Asia and Europe.

Net income for the first quarter of 2019 was $548.5 million compared to $620.7 million in 2018.

Concho Resources reached the 52-week low of $97.13

The price of Concho Resources Inc. (NYSE:CXO) shares has declined to close to the 52-week low of $97.13, which is 42.0% off the 52-week high of $160.81. The company has a market cap of $19.48 billion.

Its shares traded with a price-earnings ratio of 23.96 and a price-sales ratio of 4.12 as of July 26. The trailing 12-month dividend yield is 0.26%. The forward dividend yield is 0.51%.

With headquarters in Midland, Texas, Concho Resources is an independent oil and natural gas company with operations primarily in the Permian Basin of western Texas and southeastern New Mexico. At year-end 2015, proven reserves were 624 million barrels of oil equivalent, with net production of 143 thousand barrels of oil equivalent per day. Oil represented approximately 66% of production and 60% of reserves.

Net loss for first-quarter 2019 was $695 million, compared with net income of $835 million for first-quarter 2018.

Kroger reached the 52-week low of $21.48

The price of The Kroger Co. (NYSE:KR) shares has declined to close to the 52-week low of $21.48, which is 36.8% off the 52-week high of $32.74. The company has a market cap of $17.16 billion.

Its shares traded with a price-earnings ratio of 9.45 and a price-sales ratio of 0.14 as of July 26. The trailing 12-month dividend yield is 2.61%. The forward dividend yield is 2.98%. The company had an annual average earnings growth of 12.60% over the past 10 years. GuruFocus rated Kroger's business predictability at 5 stars.

Kroger is one of the largest retailers in the U.S. As of the end of fiscal 2016, the company operated 2,796 supermarkets, 784 convenience stores, and 319 jewelry stores in 35 states. In addition to its namesake banner, Kroger operates several other chains, including Ralphs, Fred Meyer, King Soopers, Fry's, Harris Teeter and Food 4 Less. Building out its established footprint, Kroger acquired Roundy's at the end of fiscal 2015, which afforded it a more meaningful foray into the Chicago market.

Net earnings for the first quarter of 2019 were $772 million compared to $2.03 billion for the prior-year period.

Director Ronald Sargent bought 5,000 shares on July 2 at a price of $21.49. The price of the stock has decreased by 0.05% since.

Executive Vice President J. Michael Schlotman sold 15,000 shares on July 15 at a price of $22.01. The price of the stock has decreased by 2.41% since.

Senior Vice President Stephen M. McKinney sold 15,600 shares on July 15 at a price of $22.05. The price of the stock has decreased by 2.59% since.

Director Susan J. Kropf sold 13,000 shares on July 10 at a price of $21.64. The price of the stock has decreased by 0.74% since.

Director James A. Runde sold 9,030 shares on July 1 at a price of $21.52. The price of the stock has decreased by 0.19% since.

Continental Resources reached the 52-week low of $35.42

The price of Continental Resources Inc. (NYSE:CLR) shares has declined to close to the 52-week low of $35.42, which is 51.9% off the 52-week high of $71.95. The company has a market cap of $13.34 billion.

Its shares traded with a price-earnings ratio of 14.11 and a price-sales ratio of 2.83 as of July 26. The forward dividend yield is 0.56%. The company had an annual average earnings growth of 17.80% over the past 10 years.

Continental Resources is a U.S. oil and gas producer targeting in the Bakken Shale in North Dakota, and the Scoop/Stack plays in Oklahoma. At the end of 2017, the company reported net proved reserves of 1.3 billion barrels of oil equivalent. Net production averaged 243 thousand barrels of oil equivalent per day in 2017, at a ratio of 57% oil and 43% natural gas and NGLs.

Net income for the first quarter of 2019 was $187 million compared to $234 million for the prior-year period.

Rollins reached the 52-week low of $34.26

The price of Rollins Inc. (NYSE:ROL) shares has declined to close to the 52-week low of $34.26, which is 24.8% off the 52-week high of $43.91. The company has a market cap of $11.22 billion.

Its shares traded with a price-earnings ratio of 49.65 and a price-sales ratio of 6.09 as of July 26. The trailing 12-month dividend yield is 1.16%. The forward dividend yield is 1.23%. The company had an annual average earnings growth of 10.20% over the past 10 years. GuruFocus rated Rollins' business predictability at 5 stars.

Rollins is a provider of pest and termite control services. Rollins offers pest control services and protection against termite damage, rodents, and insects to homes and businesses, including hotels, foodservice establishments, food manufacturers, retailers, and transportation companies. The company and its wholly owned subsidiaries offer their services to residential and commercial customers in North America and Australia. In Central America, the Caribbean, the Middle East, Asia, the Mediterranean, Europe, Africa, and Mexico, the company operates a franchise system.

Net income was $64.3 million for the second quarter ended June 30, 2019 compared to $65.5 million for the same period in 2018.

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