Highly leveraged energy companies to benefit from higher oil prices. One of the surprising things this year has been the failure of energy stocks to rally along with the price of oil. The price of West Texas Intermediate ( WTI) fell below $43 a barrel in late December of last year before bouncing back in the first half of 2019.Are there any energy stocks that are too cheap to ignore?
Analysts are very bullish on EOG stock and have an average price target of $81. Schlumberger (NYSE: SLB) offers a yield of nearly 7.8% as the oil price war hurts its stock price. On March 9, one single day of trading saw shares drop 29%. Even a fourth-quarter earnings beat of 39 cents a share (non-GAAP) did not help the stock.Are there any energy stocks that are going to rebound?
Energy stocks, largely abandoned by investors this year even as oil prices have bounced back from their lows, finally could be set for a rebound.Are there any risks in investing in oil stocks?
Here's a look at the top risks and benefits of investing in oil company stocks: Oil prices are very sensitive to supply and demand, and if you are planning to add, for example, BP oil stocks or Shell oil stocks to your portfolio, a number of factors need to be taken into consideration.