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Where Will Occidental Petroleum Stock Be In 5 Years?


  • Occidental Petroleum is still feeling the impact of the ill-timed takeover of Anadarko.
  • Its balance sheet needs further repairing, but that shouldn't be a problem due to strong cash generation.
  • Production will decline in 2022, but that should not worry investors too much. Overall, OXY should deliver compelling returns going forward.
  • Other oil equities might be even more attractive, however, due to lower valuations, stronger balance sheets, etc.
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Article Thesis

Occidental Petroleum (NYSE:OXY) has performed very well in recent weeks on the back of strong oil prices and due to Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A)(BRK.B) adding to its stake. Although Occidental Petroleum

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