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ShotLoad43tbsp
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Energy stocks

Anyone else about to buy any of these soon? I'm zeroing in on CVX over XOM as it appears to be cheaper now, lower PE ratio, faster dividend growth rate, etc.

Any other companies I should consider over CVX?


C
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The Woodlands, TX
Member since Dec 2007
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re: Energy stocks
BP unless you think there is much more damage to come out of the gulf incident or that BP truly is a horribly managed.


rjt
Member since Aug 2013
16 posts

re: Energy stocks
You might check out OXY and SLB.


jimbeam
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I like cvx as well


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Volvagia
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Baton Rouge
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re: Energy stocks
I like CVX over those too.


BP wasn't a bad call to jump into during the spill, but the upside is gone now IMO.

Unless you would want to diversify, go pretty far into CVX for your energy part of the portfolio


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Ace Midnight
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re: Energy stocks
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Any other companies I should consider over CVX?


CVX is my top energy stock, too, FWIW.


ShotLoad43tbsp
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Thanks everyone. I'm 30 so anything I buy I will likely hold for decades and just let it pile up. I was pleasantly surprised to look at CVX's 5 year chart to see they increase their dividends (sometimes substantially) every 2-3 quarters instead of the usual annual that most other blue chips stick with.


Ace Midnight
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re: Energy stocks
quote:

Thanks everyone. I'm 30 so anything I buy I will likely hold for decades and just let it pile up. I was pleasantly surprised to look at CVX's 5 year chart to see they increase their dividends (sometimes substantially) every 2-3 quarters instead of the usual annual that most other blue chips stick with.


In case you haven't been clued in to this resource:

Dividata


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C
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re: Energy stocks
I think a lot of the energy stocks are trying to increase dividends and stock buy backs as the returns on capital investment haven't been profitable lately.


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ynlvr
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re: Energy stocks
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You might check out OXY and SLB.



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TJG210
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re: Energy stocks
Being doing great with NOV and CAM.....

But one I really like is BTE (Baytex Energy). This is a Canadian company that has been wavering around $40, but pays an incredible $.20/month dividend (roughly 6%). Normally I'm skeptical of plays like this that pay an incredible dividend, but they have been pretty stable (Think they have paid around this for the last 4yrs).
This post was edited on 9/9 at 4:29 pm


raw dog
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I wouldn't look at P/E ratios as a factor when narrowing in on an energy stock.


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Brightside View
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re: Energy stocks
GPOR. Bought yesterday at 63.18


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Eyeball
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Houston TX
Member since Oct 2006
233 posts

re: Energy stocks
RIG - looks like it could be undervalued and is paying a nice dividend again.

BHI - O&G services has been good to me through the years.





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CypressTiger665
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Cypress, Texas
Member since Aug 2013
49 posts

re: Energy stocks
Halliburton (hes) has a higher return YTD than slb. 37.92 vs 16.44%. I'm long on Halliburton.


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rmc
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Zachary, LA
Member since Sep 2004
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re: Energy stocks
I'm long XOM always.

I like CVX and will possibly getting into them long soon.


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