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ConocoPhillips (0QZA.L)

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  • K
    Kevin
    Morgan Stanley raises to 96 and Raymond James raises to 107 today. Cramer (who I think is a dodo) told people to buy oil stock plenty of room to go up yet for the rest of the year
  • D
    Dan
    To those of you who bought COP early and are considering taking profit : You would be leaving a lot of money on the table. COP is +20% YTD and will smash earnings on 2/3, while providing bullish guidance. This will create more bounce. There are many tailwinds :

    1. WTI - avg 85 for year. new hedges guarantee massive FCF gains - the blood of higher stock prices
    2. VIRUS - ramping down hard in coming weeks. people are done - RE-OPENING. Dont Fear the FLU
    3. AIR TRAVEL - guzzles gas, bookings on fire. Air travel will boom. International fights coming
    4. back to work - increases gasoline consumption
    5. BRANDON - great for oil stocks
    6. ROTATION - out of tech, out of covid stocks, into oil. People go where the gains r.
    7. INFLATION - oil is a great hedge
    8. COMPETITION - amongst gas (cars) diesel (trucks) jet fuel (airlines)

    Oil co's will be making more money than ever in the coming months and their stock prices will continue to escalate. OIL SUPER CYCLE : EARLY INNINGS
  • R
    Raul
    Decided to sell some Boeing I've been holding for a while and open a position here. Hoping for some solid growth/strength in 2022!
  • K
    Kevin
    This stock does this every time before earnings. Then back up to where it was, a few take profits and it starts to head up again. Not that it matters but Cramer said you have to own an oil stock right now and ConocoPhillips would be one of them. 👍
  • j
    jason
    Hey just got my special.20 dividend my understanding was we would also get the regular dividend as well has anyone received both thanks.
  • P
    Patrick
    I'm up 50% since mid-2020 ($55 average price) and I've been pairing back over the last week. It's currently at the highest price since 2014, so I'm close to exiting. I'll keep 20% of the investment until we start to see a fall, but I can't have that much exposure at this high of a price point. Good luck!
  • R
    Ronald
    The latest dividend of 20 cents was supposed to be paid on the 13th. It is not been paid into my account as of today. Has this happened to anyone else.
  • D
    Dan
    NOT SURE WHAT/WHY THESE PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT SELLING WITH KNOCK OUT EARNINGS APPROACHING AND OIL LEADING THE STOCK MARKET ONCE A AGAIN. GOING LLLLLOOOONNNNGGGGG.
  • K
    Kevin
    Goldman Sachs upgrade to 100 this morning on fundamentals. It’s about the way the company is being run. Yes oil numbers help for sure. I ca finally buy that puppy and retire! 🐩💨
  • D
    Dean
    Does she hit 90 in the next month
  • B
    Barry
    The VROC is actually Variable Return of Cash. It is part of the new three tier benefits to shareholders, buybacks, dividends, variable cash. See COP website for December 6th investor presentation. Dividend schedule does not change. Thus get payments 8 months out of year.
  • K
    Kevin
    I believe we see close to 80 tomorrow and easily 90 by earnings. It’s amazing how many oil companies are determined to give back to investors right now. Even if oil should go down a bit it’s profitability that will help take oil stocks up.
  • S
    Stephen
    As I said yesterday, Undervalued!
    COP and XOM will be winners this year.
  • j
    jj
    Wow. Calm down everybody. Did anyone see this article, "Top Texas shale producers hit by quake-driven well disposal closures?" It talks about increasing costs to shale producers by the government. You know them, the momentum killers. Just based on my experience in investing in energy companies, be careful.
  • B
    Barry
    The recent 0.20/share payable on Jan 14 is not the regular dividend. It is a new quarterly Variable Return on Capital payment which has not been paid out before. The regular dividend stays at 0.46/share payable quarterly.
  • M
    Michael
    Dan: I added more COP today as I have not been here long,(late for the train).
    About your post re: "earnings", A while back I bought into FedEx just before earnings on a Friday,
    FDX blew away earnings big, the crooked money changers dropped FDX, over the weekend, and
    it opened on the next Monday down $10. I got screwed big. just sayin', we will be o.k. with COP.

    My other position is MO, as Mo is paying 7% div.
    If you don't get at least a 6% return, or upside potential don't even consider it,
    put it under your mattress or REITs.
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    COP is up 4.90% to 87.09
  • R
    R.G.
    Congratulations Investors

    We reached a 52 week high. Didn't hold it very long but COP is nibbling at it.
  • K
    Kevin
    I just watched a guy blow up his Tesla after finding out new batteries are going to cost him $22,000 dollars. EVs have a long way to go before we can count on them. Oil will be around for a while yet and ConocoPhillips is on the right track business wise
  • D
    Deplorable
    The renewed vigor in oil prices of late is only just the beginning, contends veteran industry analyst Phillip Streible of Blue Line Futures.

    Streible thinks oil prices are at risk of hitting $60 in the near-term due to an Omicron-related demand slowdown. But that will likely prove to be a buying opportunity in front of a "long-term" rally in 2022.

    "We are going to see the demand picture continue to pick up going into the [summer] driving season. Hopefully we can get this pandemic behind us. You'll see all that pent-up travel demand really take back off again. Flights were pretty full over the holiday weekend, but we expect them to get even fuller as the capacity picks up. If you look at the supply side on crude oil, we have 432 million barrels. The five-year average is 460 million, so supplies are quite tight. We don't expect OPEC to take any kind of reaction by picking up their supply picture. So we expect any kind of small supply shock would send prices higher. We are expecting $85 to $90 [a barrel] oil next year," said Streible on Yahoo Finance Live.