These fat yields are backed by strong companies, who should have an easy time surviving a weak energy market.
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These two energy industry players have yields of more than 6%, but the risks they face are vastly different
HP earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2019.
What a sub-900 U.S. operating rig count means for investors.
Volatile oil and gas prices were just some of the issues the industry is facing.
Supplying the oil sector is a rough business, so why add even more risk to the picture? Here's why one of these stocks is better than the other.
HP earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.
These hated high-yield stocks have incredible dividend histories and conservative finances. Here's why you should love them
Oil and gas investments are out of favor today, but this trio stands out from the pack for safety and yield.
These two energy industry stocks look cheap -- and they have solid balance sheets backing fat dividend yields.