Posts Tagged ‘ConocoPhillips’

ConocoPhillips (COP) Slashes Dividend, Warns Of “Lower Prices For Longer”

February 4th, 2016

investTyler Durden: Another day, and another round of increasingly uglier news from the global energy sector. Read more…


Big Oil Earnings Still Battered By Low Oil Prices

November 2nd, 2015

crudeoilBob Ciura:  It should come as a surprise to nobody that Big Oil is in big trouble. Over the past year, oil has fallen from its 2014 peaks of above $100 per barrel to its current level near $40 per barrel. As commodity producers, oil companies are highly reliant on the price of the underlying commodity. Read more…


ConocoPhillips (COP) Fires 10% Of Global Workforce, Warns Of “Dramatic Downturn” To Oil Industry

September 3rd, 2015

oil rig spillTyler Durden: Remember when the oil crash was supposed to be “unequivocally good” for the global economy and the US consumer, only for this to be dis-proven as the biggest macroeconomic lie since “QE is good for the people”? Read more…


What Happens Next For Oil Prices?

September 1st, 2015

whats nextNick Cunningham: Oil prices crashed last week only to rebound at lightning speed. On August 28, oil prices surged 10 percent, the largest one-day gain in seven years. So, what happens next for oil prices? Read more…


A Major Opportunity In Oil Stocks?

August 19th, 2015

crudeoilLawrence Meyers:  Oil prices are falling again and are closing in on $40 per barrel. What does this mean for energy investments, and should you buy, sell or hold if oil falls even further? Read more…


Global Oil Supply More Fragile Than You Think

August 10th, 2015

crudeoilNick Cunningham:  Many oil companies had trimmed their budgets heading into 2015 to deal with lower oil prices. But the rebound in April and May to $60 per barrel from the mid-$40s suggested that the severe drop was merely temporary. Read more…


Top Factors Undermining Any Oil Price Recovery

July 29th, 2015

crudeoilAlexis Arthur: Global oil prices have returned to a state of flux. This is hardly news to any who follow the oil markets closely and yet prices continue to drive international headlines. Read more…


Is The Oil Glut Real?

May 29th, 2015

crudeoilLeonard Brecken: As it appears GDP will be seasonally adjusted again, I find myself wondering just one thing: why? Read more…


Thoughts On The Current Oil Market

March 25th, 2015

crudeoilEconMatters: Crude oil has slid into a definitive bear market starting 2H14.  Since most of the oil companies (majors as well as E&Ps) based their budget, growth, and strategy trajectory on ~$50 oil price scenario even for the most conservative, the current Read more…


ConocoPhillips, Exxon Mobil Corporation, Chevron Corporation: What’s Next For Energy Stocks

February 27th, 2015

oil rig spillJonathan Yates: Investing legend Warren Buffett is fond of saying that his favorite holding period for a stock is “forever.”  November 2013 brought the disclosure that Buffett had bought about 41 million shares of ExxonMobil (NYSE:XOM), the biggest oil Read more…


Don’t Count On Rig Declines To Balance The Oil Market

February 12th, 2015

oil gasTyler Durden: With WTI back under $50 once again (the mainstream media’s new Maginot Line for oil complex stability – just like $80, $70, and $60 was), it appears more investors are waking up to the reality of an over-supplied, under-demanded global energy market. Read more…


Has Oil Finally Found A Bottom?

February 11th, 2015

short-oil-etfDan Hassey: Good news: Several signs indicate that oil may finally be finding a bottom. Read more…


ConocoPhillips (COP) Stock Trying To Break Downtrend

February 11th, 2015

money and investingRick Pendergraft: We all know about the decline in oil prices that went on over the last six months of 2014. The price of crude fell from as high as $107.68 in late June to a low of $43.58 in January. The price has bounced slightly in the last few weeks Read more…


How The ‘Experts’ Got Oil Wrong Again

February 4th, 2015

oil etfsSteve Mauzy: “We’ll never see $100/barrel oil again!” and “The surge in productivity and slump in demand could drive oil down to $20/barrel.” These are two of many new-norm declarations I’ve run across in recent weeks. Read more…


The Case For An Oil Recovery

January 21st, 2015

crudeoilSteve Mauzy:  I like the oil-stock recommendations in my portfolio. I like them even more than when they were first recommended. I like them so much I’ve been adding a few recommendations to my personal portfolio to pick up yield and to lower my cost basis. Read more…


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