Royal Dutch Shell plc

-$2.17 (-5.3%)
Closing price June 18, 2021
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With the stock market way overbought, and many investors looking for value ideas, beaten-down energy giants may be an outstanding idea now. Investors that can see past the current environment could...
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The energy sector will remain volatile, but scale buying shares now and being patient could bring some very solid gains for investors over the rest of 2020.