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The price of the shares, which offer a safe 4.24% dividend, could rise as much as 30% next year.
The charts and indicators on APA remain bullish.
Ahead of the Nov. 30 OPEC meeting, TheStreet's Chief Investment Strategist thinks volatile oil prices will continue.
After the election passes we are going to talk about companies again -- and these have done well.
We strongly recommend members avoid any temptation to trade around political events.
Majors like Royal Dutch Shell and independents like EOG Resources are buying up prospective Texas acreage.
Oil prices are stuck in the $50 range, which is why Jim Cramer only likes a few oil stocks.
If and when interest rates go up, this basket of stocks should continue to do well.
A bunch of oil stocks have gotten ahead of themselves and are particularly vulnerable if crude stalls.
Company earnings in line while revenues miss in 'beleaguered oil environment.'
As long as oil prices drift lower Occidental shares will be 'deadweight', says Jim Cramer.
On Wednesday, August 3, investors will get quarterly results from Tesla and key labor market data.
Analysts actions and a merger are affecting Action Alerts PLUS holdings WhiteWave Foods, Wells Fargo and Occidental Petroleum.
Valuations are stretched in certain names and industries, so some profit-taking appears in order.
Jim Cramer says there's no more OPEC - it's just Saudi Arabia versus Iran.
As oil prices rise, it may look like the right time to jump into OXY. But if you do, brace yourself for a fall.
Occidental Petroleum's 2014 spinoff came at the worst time and the company continues to struggle.
A rumor of Occidental's plan to acquire Apache sparked a trading frenzy, which serves as a warning to investors.
A look at some of the oil names that Real Money readers have been most keen to explore.
Does the latest M&A chatter lend weight to talk of more consolidation in the oil and gas space?
Occidental Petroleum denies a published report that it will make a takeover bid for Apache, according to Reuters.