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These two top oil and gas companies are weathering some worrying industry trends. Which one is a better buy for investors right now?
The oil and gas industry player's shares have been knocked below $50 by the stock market. The oil price trend is iffy. But Apache is still poised to outperform.
Energy industry stocks have been trending lower across the board. Here are the ones most likely to outperform that you can buy at bargain prices.
The trend at General Electric has been to focus on its industrial businesses and get rid of everything else. Lighting looks like it's next.
Yes, you've heard that Jeff Immelt is out as CEO. But in all the hoopla, you may have missed a piece of news that could have an even bigger impact on General Electric's performance.
These oil and gas industry players have been hit hard by the stock market recently. Is outperformance in the forecast, or will the downward trend continue?
Longtime CEO Jeff Immelt has presided over turbulent times, poor stock performance, and anemic growth at the top industrial conglomerate. But his departure doesn't necessarily bode well for investors.
Oasis, Denbury, and Whiting are small players in the oil and gas industry. But the stock market walloped them hard in May. Is this a buying opportunity?
Titanium-dioxide stocks have been on a big uptrend lately, but Tronox hit the skids late in the month. Time to buy?
These oil industry heavyweights took a beating on the stock market last month. What's their outlook now?
A home explosion had consequences for these two oil industry players. Is it a buying opportunity?
Which of these top oil industry stocks is likely to have better performance in a low-growth environment?
Big ExxonMobil is the top stock in the industry, with unmatched performance and good prospects for growth. So, why did I buy tiny Apache instead?
Devon's performance has been among the industry's best, while Apache is forecasting growth later this year. Which oil and gas company will come out on top for investors?
The oil and gas industry player returned to profitability on both a reported and adjusted basis. But that wasn't the best news about its performance.
These beaten-down oil industry stocks all fell further in April. But what's the outlook moving forward?
The oil and gas driller's stock took a big mid-month plunge on a seemingly-unimportant news item. Does it affect the stock's outlook?
Apache may have missed analysts' expectations for Q1, but for the oil and gas industry player, it's all about what's around the corner.
The oil and gas industry player had a strong quarter across the board and announced more good things to come.