Energy Select Sector SPDR Fund

NYSEARCA: XLE
$38.19
+$0.36 (+1.0%)
Closing price August 14, 2020
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.
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It turns out that those temporary inflation fears that pop up from time to time get a reprieve every time the price of oil tanks.
2019 was a tough year for energy companies, particularly oil and gas producers caught between low energy prices and investor demand for returns. 2020 may be a different story for some of the firms...
Merrill Lynch is very positive on three mega-cap energy stocks that offer not only a degree of stability but outstanding dividends. All are rated Buy and make sense for more conservative accounts...
These four blue chip large-cap stocks have taken a beating this year and all offer patient investors the potential for some big upside.
These big oil stocks are at some of the best entry prices in years and could offer solid upside for shareholders in 2020 and beyond.
Oil stocks are down and out in 2019, but there are seven of the biggest names in oil and gas that analysts on Wall Street now see massive upside in for value investors. Some are even called to rise...
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These five energy stocks look like outstanding plays going forward, and with the busy summer driving season right around the corner, now may be a great time to add shares.
Just when it looked as if crude oil prices were going to pull back, suddenly a one-day surge has taken oil back above $60 per barrel.
One sector that had been a perpetual underperformer of the great bull market has been the energy sector. But times have changed.
24/7 Wall St. has come up with its own view on earnings season by sector, along with relative performance on the top exchange traded funds for those sectors.
The poor showing for the sector has put many of its top companies on sale, and these five pay outstanding and consistent dividends.
24/7 Wall St. has seen both oil and gas giants trade lower again on Monday, and we have highlighted a mixed batch of analyst reports with the equivalent of Buy, Sell and Hold ratings.