Here is our gift to you this holiday season. The best energy stock picks for 2012. There is no better gift than to get you set up to make some money off your stocks next year. Daniel Dicker has picked out some great stocks for the next year. Happy Investing!
The company’s dominance will pay off if natural gas finally finds a floor and Exxon’s stockbuybacks and steady dividend make it the oil stock for pure buy-and-holders.
Conoco also continues to pay a consistent and reliable 3.75%. Note that COP has underperformed the rest of the sector recently. Correlations are normally so close that such an underperformance by one stock can point the way to value.
Oil Services: Oil services are the best place to invest in the entire energy sector, because every barrel of oil extracted today was marginally more difficult and expensive to get than it was yesterday. And that trend looks inexorable.
That does not mean that I believe there is necessarily a supply constraint in energy right now, only that the technology of extraction continues to get more complex.
Schlumberger(SLB_) continues to lead the sector, particularly outside the U.S. in the growing markets for vertical drilling. Schlumberger remains my favorite. Another smaller company to look at with growing work in complex procedures is Helmerich & Payne(HP_).
Take these stocks into serious consideration. They could make you some nice cash for the next year. These stocks are some of our favorites, and you may want to add them to your list of favorites too!
Quotes taken from report by Daniel Dicker, Read the entire article here.
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