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From oil and gas exploration to shipping crude oil, Total engages in all aspects of the petroleum industry.
oil and gas exploration to shipping crude oildiv=5% for the div
My pick in the energy space. Hasn't rallied in a while and as a result is very cheap and yielding a sustainable 5.5%.
Catch this cyclical kitty in the low 40's. Wait. Then pounce, says this cat. Dividends are nice but only on the way up. Meow!
Positive: - Inexpensive blue chip with good and sustainable dividend - Contrarian play: Europe, Energy - Nimble management with good aquisition strategy - Some new oil and natural gas discoveries lately Negative: - Double top? Category: SMm
For fighting inflation with a forward p/e of 7.8 stock is cheap compared to its own p/e history.
TOT has a strong dividend and is selling at a discount compared with its peers. Forward-thinking management is making strategic investments in alternative energy sources.
under valued at this price
http://wiki.fool.com/The_Graham_Number Formula: Fair value=Sqrt(22.5*EPS*BV) I expanded it a little by also using EPS Normalized and Tangible BV My current Graham Number Valuation Range for TOT: $72.73 to $77.41Figures derived from current Scottrade research data http://research.scottrade.com/qnr/Public/Stocks/Fundamentals?symbol=TOT
It's better this way around.
Fantastic earnings, strong balance sheet, and oversold equity market throughout Europe right now - the baby's definitely getting thrown out with the bath water here.
Oil and generous Dividend, off substantially from 1 year high at a time when oil is around $100 a barrel. The price is right, I'm in for the long haul.
Great opportunity to own an oil major at a discount to their peers. Elgin leak sounds to be under control, EPS is very healthy, and yield looks great with a low payout ratio. I own it. I like it.
gas leak overblown. Will tick back up 8% in short-term, but will pace with other NG plays after that. current 6% divy will help push the stock.
Great oil play, huge dividend. Catch them now on the downswing from the leak
5% dividend plus growth potential and accumulation of valuable assets. bought first lot at 63.92 in 2009, second at 52.50 Feb2012target 67
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