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These companies' strong payouts have stood the test of time, and they have good values to match.
Everyone loves a bargain, and these energy industry stocks look like great buys right now.
This niche sector of the oil industry pays big yields.
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Things can't get much worse for the beleaguered industrial conglomerate...or can they?
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Instead of being blown away by the oil industry player's impressive earnings, the stock market chose to focus on another metric.
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The gasoline distributor has radically reshaped its business model. But will that lead to outperformance?
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