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Halliburton Can Offer A 30% Return Within The Next 2 Years

Oct. 01, 2021 11:51 AM ETHalliburton Company (HAL)8 Comments
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  • The stock of HAL has nearly doubled in the last 12 months.
  • However, the company is only in the early stages of a multi-year recovery.
  • HAL is trading at only 10.6 times its expected earnings in 2023.
  • As a result, it can offer a 30% return within the next two years.

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Thanks to the recovery of the global oil consumption from the pandemic and the discipline of OPEC and Russia, the price of oil has rallied to a fresh 3-year high this year. As a result, the stock of Halliburton (

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I am a chemical engineer with a MS in Food Technology and Economics. I am also the author of 2 mathematics books ("Arithmetic calculations without a calculator" and "Word Problems") and perform almost all the calculations in my mind, without a calculator, making it easier to make immediate investing decisions among many alternatives. I invest applying fundamental and technical analysis and mainly use options as a tool for both investing and trading. I have nearly achieved my goal of early retirement, at the age of 45. In my spare time, I follow Warren Buffett's principle: "Some men read playboy. I read financial statements".

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