Why Tanker Stocks Sank This Week

The high seas proved to be rough this week for shipping stocks. Shares of GasLog (NYSE: GLOG  ) , Nordic American Tankers (NYSE: NAT  ) , and Navios Maritime (NYSE: NNA  ) all sunk to stand among the worst-performing stocks in the energy sector. 

GLOG Price Chart

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While the plunge in stock price was pretty significant for all three shippers, the news that caused these drops wasn't as deep. Two of the three companies fell after a research firm initiated coverage, while the other stock took a dive on profit-taking by investors. That said, it's worth taking a closer look at the underlying causes of the plunges, which is why I created the slideshow presentation below. It details the causes for the sell-offs and looks at the one stock that might have further to fall. 

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