ConocoPhillips Pushes Through a Big Dividend Increase, “Emerging” Play Is a Dud
publication date: Oct 8, 2019
Image Shown: Shares of ConocoPhillips traded modestly higher on October 7 after announcing a significant dividend increase and plans for additional share buybacks in 2020. However, please note ConocoPhillips is still trading far below where it was at the start of 2019 as an abundance of supplies combined with deteriorating macroeconomic conditions to weigh negatively on expected future raw energy resource pricing.
Our fair value estimate for ConocoPhillips stands at $67 per share, well above where COP is trading as of this writing. However, ConocoPhillips’ Valuentum Buying Index stands at 3 given its weak technical performance and other factors (the upstream industry is a tough one to operate in).
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