5 Oil Service Stocks With at Least 5% Yield
Finding stocks with beneficial yields can be difficult. Stocks with yields more then 5% can be even more difficult. If you are looking to broaden your horizons into some oil service stocks, these would be great stocks to consider. No, they might not be as exciting and exploration and production oil stocks, but they could really add to your portfolio. Dr. Osman Gulseven has found these 5 great stocks with appealing yield percentages.
" El Paso Pipeline Partners (EPB): El Paso is planning to split its subsidiary El Paso Exploration & Production (EPEP) by the end of 2011. As of Friday’s close, the Houston-based El Paso had a $6.7 billion market cap. P/E ratio is 13.0, and forward P/E is 15.07. The company had an EPS growth of 23.14% during the last five years. With a profit margin of 27.4% and a dividend yield of 5.26%, El Paso is an excellent stock to pick.
Magellan Midstream Partners (MMP): Magellan recently said that one of its docks in Louisiana has been reopened. The Oklahoma-based company, as of the July 1 close, had a market cap of $6.79 billion, and a P/E ratio of 19.76. Forward P/E ratio is 17. Earnings increased by 28.38% this year. Dividend yield in 2010 was 5.11%, whereas the company’s profit margin was 20.18%.
NuStar Energy (NS): NuStar and Velocity Midstream recently signed a letter of intent to develop a joint pipeline. As of Friday’s close, NuStar had a $4.2 billion market cap. Its trailing P/E ratio is 19.82, and forward P/E ratio is 17.62. Although earnings decreased by 8.03% this year, analysts expect the company to enjoy 13.54% EPS growth for the next year. With a dividend yield of 6.61%, and a profit margin of 5.28%, NuStar is a decent pick for anyone looking to make some serious income."
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