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More High Yield Energy Stocks with Your Name on Them

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August 02, 2011 – Comments (2) | RELATED TICKERS: WLL , TOT , PWE

High yield stocks can pay great dividends to their investors. The energy sector is a great to put some money for safe keeping, and for high yield stocks.

 

Total is one of the half-dozen largest integrated oil companies in the world. Based in France, the firm’s market cap is around $127 billion. It’s P/E ratio for the trailing twelve months is 7.24 and its price/book ratio is a low 1.37. The company pays a dividend of $2.73, for a forward yield of 4.9%. No other major integrated oil firm is even close. Shares are trading about -14% below 52-week highs.

 

Whiting USA Trust I is a REIT that operates as a subsidiary of Whiting Petroleum Corp. (NYSE: WLL), and owns interests in WLL’s operations in the Midwest, the Rocky Mountains, and Texas. The trust is categorized as a drilling company with a market cap of $229 million. It’s trailing P/E is 6.21 and its price/book ratio is 4.0. The current dividend is $2.91, for a forward yield 16.70%. This is the highest yield rate among oil & gas companies traded on a major exchange. The trust’s shares are currently trading about -32% below their 52-week high.

 

 Penn West is Canadian-based E&P company with a market cap of more than $10 billion. It operates primarily in western Canada. The company’s trailing P/E is 22.88, but its forward P/E drops to 13.02 and its price/book ratio is a very low 1.09. The company pays a dividend of $1.10 and its forward yield is nice 4.8%. Shares are trading about -23% below the 52-week high."

 

Find additional research here: http://turnkeyoil.com/2011/08/01/more-high-yield-energy-stocks-with-your-name-on-them/

2 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On August 02, 2011 at 12:53 PM, motleyanimal (90.78) wrote:

The symbol for Whiting USA Trust l is WHX. It is not worth it's current price of $17.69. The distributions from the trust are all classified as a return of capital, which will expire around 2015 when the trust is liquidated. At that time all reserves will have been been produced and sold. About half of the reserves have already been sold and distributions made to the shareholders. The remaining distributions should average around $12-$14 at current prices, although it could be higher or lower depending on oil prices. The trust has very favorable hedges in place, but they will expire in 2012. There will be a final cash distribution to unit owners in 2015, and the properties associated with the trust will revert back to Whiting Petroleum Corporation.

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#2) On August 02, 2011 at 2:36 PM, EnvestorFirst (44.37) wrote:

Thanks for the follow up info. 

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