Energy Industry Research & Analysis

Energy Industry Research & Analysis

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Value Indicators

Strengths + Opportunities = 93

Threats + Weaknesses = 61

When strengths & opportunities substantially exceed threats & weaknesses, an investment in the energy industry has great long term potential.

Energy Industry Research Report

Energy Industry Profile _ (edit/improve) The energy industry represents a variety of types of companies structured around meeting customer's energy needs. This includes procuring oil and natural gas resources, refining these assets, as well as transmitting these resources to customers. The energy industry includes oil, gas, and other resources. Exploration and extraction are often lucrative aspects of the industry and center around procurement of these natural resources. Refinement centers around formatting these resources for consumption, while delivery involves transmitting these resources to the ultimate consumer. Often transmittal of energy is performed by pipeline companies, often structured as master limited partnerships in order to maximize the dividends paid to customers. The energy industry has several massive companies that hold the majority of the market capitalization of the industry, but also includes numerous decentralized companies that perform certain riskier aspects of the energy industry, including exploration, storage and transportation. The energy industry is dependent on commodity costs.

Energy Industry Analysis: The energy industry includes companies whose sales derive from the production and sale of energy related products and services such as the extraction, manufacturing, refining, and distribution of energy. Energy Trading Strategy: Energy investments tend to be very sensitive to commodity prices. Speculation and market manipulation by governments affect the energy market, therefore, cautiously invest in companies with significant potential. Upward sloping stock charts and financial news may indicate a selling opportunity while the opposite means that stocks are becoming undervalued.