These three oil stocks look like the market isn't paying attention to them.
The company seems poised for lots of growth in 2019 with some big projects underway, but it looks questionable beyond that after a series of pipeline cancellations.
The oil and gas pipeline giant keeps putting new assets to work, and it's showing up in the financial statements in a big way.
The winter months are always slow for the iron ore producer, so the sharp drop in profitability shouldn't come as a surprise.
That's a double whammy that no investor wants to see.
The company was able to exceed expectations for the second quarter in row despite the weaker oil and gas services market.
Management is shifting its capital spending policy after another challenging quarter for hydraulic fracturing.
The company has been betting on a significant uptick in oil and gas spending that has yet to arrive.
After delivering a discouraging market outlook three months ago, PulteGroup seems more optimistic about 2019.
Renewable energy stocks are looking good in 2019, and that's why these Motley Fool contributors think you should have an eye on Enviva Partners, Pattern Energy Group, and TPI Composites.
While other homebuilders have reported lower sales numbers this past quarter, D.R. Horton's new toys led to a 9% revenue increase.
Even though there were concerns about the housing market this past quarter, NVR's results were remarkably resilient.
Management says it's making moves to improve profitability, but they aren't really showing up in its earnings results.
The first quarter was tougher than management had hoped, but lower interest rates are bringing buyers back to the housing market.
Shares of Kinder Morgan, AECOM, and American Water Works look compelling right now. Here's why.
The company acknowledged that revenue growth wasn't as good as anticipated, but it continued to create operating efficiency gains to deliver bottom-line results.
The oil services company's results got hit by a weaker market in North American onshore drilling than Wall Street anticipated.
Here's why we think you should take a look at ExxonMobil, Royal Dutch Shell, and SolarEdge Technologies.
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Investors who saw the previous quarter's dividends were probably wondering why this past quarter's payout was so paltry.