All 21 energy stocks in the S&P 500 have reported quarterly earnings, beating aggregate earnings expectations by more than 14%, the second highest of any sector in the S&P 500.
Overall, energy stocks have tended to sell off around 1.6% on average in the five trading days following their release. Nonetheless, that looks like little more than a minor bout of profit-taking when you consider energy remains the top-performing groupmind the S&P 500 on a trailing 12-month, year-to-date and even quarter-to-date basis.
As we’ve written before in Energy & Income Advisor, the producers tend to lead in the early stages of a new energy upcycle with the rally then broadening out to include other groups like services and refiners. We see clear evidence in Q3 results that we’re reaching that inflection point for several key groups.
In the portfolio update this week, we take a deep dive into results and key trends for 7 model portfolio recommendations across 4 key energy sub-sectors. And, in this week’s feature we look at two names – a producer reaching a key inflation point and an overlooked services and LNG play – that caught out eye this quarter as potential new additions to the model portfolio.
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Elliott and Roger on Nov. 30, 2021
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