The company has made incredible strides in the past several years, but its stock doesn't seem to reflect these changes.
You'll be hard-pressed to find a more reliable payout than Enterprise Products Partners, and it's currently yielding 7%.
North America's leader in oil services for shale drilling had quite the up-and-down year. Can we expect more of the same?
You have to go all the way back to 1986 to see Schlumberger this cheap.
No, this isn't some flashy high-growth stock. It's WD-40.
Low oil prices could spook Halliburton's customers into reducing their capital expenditures in 2019.
Lower oil prices could prolong the industry's woes.
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The recent spinoff of Livent makes it the only pure-play investment in lithium for batteries. Is that a better value proposition than the world's largest lithium producer?
It's been a tough few months for oil stocks, but shares of these three companies look especially compelling today.
There are a lot of changes happening at Hi-Crush right now. Here's the skinny on what matters to investors.
Both want to capture the booming trend in lithium demand, but one is a much surer bet.
With the stock market in full-blown panic mode, shares of these renewable energy stocks are looking more and more attractive.
Shares of A.O. Smith are having their worst year in over a decade, but its business prospects and management's outlook don't merit such a decline.
Even with this most recent oil-industry slowdown, management's comments on its conference call point to a better future.
After a sharp reversal in stock prices for energy companies, now's the time to take a look at ExxonMobil, Brookfield Renewable Partners, and Tellurian.
The lithium miner produces one of the hottest commodities out there, but its stock is by no means cheap.
Want to add some oil stocks to someone's stocking? Take a look at Core Laboratories, CNOOC, and Enterprise Products Partners.
The metal rises amid a stock market decline, and it's lifting shares of this mid-tier miner.
Magellan Midstream Partners, Sociedad Química y Minera de Chile, and Goldman Sachs aren't that far off their 52- week lows. Perhaps it's time to look at two of them.