Key ratio shows energy company's strategy.
CEO has been making the right moves in a tough environment.
We expect the $30 level to act as resistance.
Slowing Chinese economy tarnishes some of the luster.
The company's bonds are clearly on the riskiest end of the high-yield ladder.
Even in light of activist involvement, both look dead.
Caution, have a plan to exit WWAV if it breaks support.
Conoco is near the bottom of the barrel in trying to maintain its dividend.
Following an activist's brutal report and subsequent class action lawsuit, analysts have come to the company's defense.
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