|Bid||75.52 x 6900|
|Ask||77.02 x 6800|
|Day's Range||75.90 - 76.05|
|52 Week Range||72.37 - 114.08|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.08|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||12.91|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.03 (1.41%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Devon Energy: Fewer 'Buy' Recommendations(Continued from Prior Part)Devon Energy’s implied volatilityOn May 29, Devon Energy’s (DVN) implied volatility was 45.2%—11.2% higher than its 15-day average. On the same day, EOG Resources (EOG) and
When weighing which oil stocks to buy, consider which ones are the leaders in U.S. shale or are already big players making moves in top plays like the Permian.
EOG Resources Inc (NYSE: EOG ) appears poised for generating a healthy combination of production growth and free cash flow generation going forward — and could raise its pace of capital return to shareholders, ...
The Houston-based company said it had net income of $1.10 per share. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring costs, came to $1.19 per share. The results beat Wall Street expectations. The average estimate ...
With low breakeven levels, these oil companies are on track to produce a gusher of free cash if crude stays around its current level.
It has cut cash costs per barrel of oil equivalent by 17 percent since 2014, notably embracing oil-field digitalization before it became fashionable. Given the oil rally so far in 2019, that fear may not be pronounced right now.
This has been the best quarter for investors to buy call options ahead of earnings ever since Goldman Sachs first started recording returns.
Energy stocks have had a difficult 2018. Mostly flat performance through most of the year turned into a tailspin in October as oil prices plunged from above $75 per barrel to below $50. That in turn has pinched oil companies that rely on elevated commodity prices to drive larger profits. The headwinds are clear. Demand has slowed to a crawl, and supplies have piled up despite production cuts from several nations. Fears about U.S.-China trade relations have weighed, as have worries about sanctions on Iran. It's no wonder why energy stocks have taken it on the chin. But the skies are starting to clear as we head into 2019. OPEC and other nations are beginning to discuss additional output curbs, and with U.S. shale producers running at full capacity, there really isn't much room for them to pick up any slack. The U.S. and China have made progress on trade talks, too, including a 90-day moratorium on increasing tariffs. Investors diving into the sector still need to be choosy. A rebound in oil is far from a certainty, which means it's necessary to put a premium on quality right now. Here, we look at the 10 best energy stocks to buy for 2019 - those that can best take advantage of the current energy environment. ### SEE ALSO: 101 Best Dividend Stocks to Buy for 2019 and Beyond