- Market Capitalization, $K 11,159,792
- Shares Outstanding, K 700,992
- Annual Sales, $ 57,342 M
- Annual Income, $ 1,037 M
- 60-Month Beta 1.61
- Price/Sales 0.19
- Price/Cash Flow 5.39
- Price/Book 0.99
|Period||Period Low||Period High||Performance|
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+0.54 (+3.51%)since 11/01/23
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+0.47 (+3.04%)since 09/01/23
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+3.70 (+30.28%)since 12/01/22
Despite Chevron and Exxon Mobil trading below their highs, sub-industries such as transportation and pipelines show resilience, driven by dividends and demand.
Plains All American: Q3 Earnings Snapshot
These companies can fuel a lot of income into your portfolio.
Master limited partnerships (MLPs), such as Energy Transfer, allow shareholders to benefit from tasty dividend yields and rising payouts over time.
Energy stocks have outpaced the broader markets lately due to rising oil prices. Here are three cheap energy stocks that are trading at a steep discount to consensus price target estimates.
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Plains All American: Q2 Earnings Snapshot
These energy stocks have plenty of fuel to continue rising.
These energy companies are about to start generating significant excess cash.
Ownership overhangs have weighed down these midstream companies.
|Plains All American Pipeline LP|
|Alps Alerian MLP ETF|
|Vaneck Energy Income ETF|
|Zacks Multi-Asset Income Invesco ETF|
|Multiasset Diversified Income Index Fund FT|
|Raymond James Sb-1 Equity Invesco ETF|
|3rd Resistance Point||16.20|
|2nd Resistance Point||16.07|
|1st Resistance Point||15.99|
|1st Support Level||15.78|
|2nd Support Level||15.65|
|3rd Support Level||15.57|