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The 3 Highest-Yielding Dividend Aristocrats
Article By: Dividend Power
Tuesday, June 15, 2021 10:47 AM EDT
Despite the pandemic, the S&P 500 has nearly doubled off its bottom last year and is now trading at new all-time highs. Consequently, it has become hard for income investors to identify reasonably valued stocks with attractive dividends.
In this article: CVX, XOM, ABBV
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Big Oil’s Bad Week
Article By: Robert Rapier
Thursday, June 3, 2021 8:09 AM EDT
The world’s largest integrated oil and gas companies are the so-called supermajors or more commonly “Big Oil.” In order of descending market capitalization, these companies are ExxonMobil, Chevron, Royal Dutch Shell, TOTAL SE, and BP.
In this article: CVX, XOM, RDS-A Also: TOT, BP
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ExxonMobil Strategy For Climate Change
Article By: Bill Conerly
Sunday, May 30, 2021 7:35 AM EDT
Dissident shareholders of ExxonMobil have won two seats on the company’s board of directors. The election “will likely force it to alter its fossil-fuel focused strategy and more directly confront growing shareholder concerns about climate change.”
In this article: XOM
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Profiting From The Efforts Of Climate Extremists
Article By: Simon Lack
Sunday, May 30, 2021 6:36 AM EDT
As shareholder-activists and litigants force uncommercial strategies on energy companies, it is creating profitable investment opportunities elsewhere in the energy sector.
In this article: CVX, XOM, RDS-A, TELL, ESGU
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Exxon, Chevron Turns To Profit In Q1: Energy ETFs In Focus
Article By: Sweta Killa
Monday, May 3, 2021 7:18 PM EDT
Exxon Mobil posted big profits with better-than-expected earnings while Chevron results were mixed. Following the results, energy ETFs with the largest allocation to the energy behemoths are in focus.
In this article: FENY, IYE, VDE, XLE, CVX, XOM
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Big Trouble For The Big Three U.S. Oil Companies: Financial Disaster In Its Domestic Oil & Gas Sector
John F. Donaldson 5/24/2020 12:03:37 PM

So if oil stays at 10 19 or 25 yes $XOM is in trouble. But no one thinks $WTI will be that low for long. #Oil is trading mid 30s right now and if it trades above 40 in the upcoming weeks. XOM and its dividend will be just fine.

All Time Highs Or A Fed Fueled Fantasy?
Kurt Benson 4/29/2019 1:10:02 AM

Yes Saeedm, that's $XOM in a nutshell. #ExxonMobil

XLE Underperforming Crude Oil - Divergence To End Soon?
Michael Molman 3/27/2018 2:45:15 PM

I remain stead fast believer that U.S energy stocks will make a comeback with #oil prices but many are over leveraged and thats certainly not what investors want right now. I like the idea of using covered calls on $XOM I am trying to learn how to use options more effectively.

People Aren't Buying Highs; They Are Buying Dips
Moon Kil Woong 2/1/2017 2:52:35 AM

As they should. #Exxon may be a great dip buy given they absorbed their asset write off in 1 quarter. Especially since they are liable to add it back in later which is why the whole baloney about their assets not being written off is so bunkus. In reality, if they followed the suit guidance they should write up their assets as well to market because most of their assets are undervalued when they bought them as they should be. This is why they are the leaders in oil.

If we see decent revenues increase this year the stock will surge. $XOM

Deducing The Crash In Oil: How Would Sherlock Holmes Drill Beneath The Headlines?
Currency Trader 8/7/2015 4:17:28 PM

Not a good time to be a $XOM or $CVX shareholder.

Who Is Your Pick In The Super Bowl Of Stocks?
Kurt Benson 2/4/2015 12:33:50 AM

You certainly make the case for $XOM, but that Apple magic definitely needs to be factored in.

Apple fans are very passionate about the company and its products and that makes the stock worth a premium. Plus their products have outsold all expectations. I don't see this changing any time soon. It was a bit iffy after Jobs' departure but clearly the company has still got the "right stuff."

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