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01.21.21

25 Energy Stocks to Sell Immediately

Green energy stocks have been a hot space for investors recently. The strength comes thanks in part to the flood of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) investors, rising oil prices and Joe Biden’s victory as the next President of the United States. President-Elect Biden is very focused on a green initiative plan, which bodes well for energy stocks.

If you’re looking to snap up shares of energy stocks, I urge you to tap the brakes. The reality is not all energy stocks are strong buys right now. After using my proprietary formula to sort through nearly 5,000 stocks, I found 25 energy stocks I wouldn’t touch with a ten-foot pole. Take a look below…

SymbolCompanyQuantitative GradeFundamental GradeTotal Grade
ARLPAlliance Resource Partners, L.P.FCF
BPBP p.l.c. Sponsored ADRFDF
COPConocoPhillipsFFF
CVICVR Energy, Inc.FDF
CVXChevron CorporationFDF
CXOConcho Resources Inc.FDF
CZZCosan Limited Class AFDF
EEni S.p.A. Sponsored ADRFDF
GPRKGeoPark LtdFDF
HFCHollyFrontier CorporationFDF
MPCMarathon Petroleum CorporationFDF
MROMarathon Oil CorporationFDF
MURMurphy Oil CorporationFFF
NRPNatural Resource Partners L.P.FDF
OXYOccidental Petroleum CorporationFDF
PBFPBF Energy, Inc. Class AFFF
PSXPhillips 66FDF
SBRSabine Royalty TrustFCF
SUSuncor Energy Inc.FDF
TALOTalos Energy, Inc.FDF
VETVermilion Energy Inc.FCF
VISTVista Oil & Gas, S.A.B. de C.V. Sponsored ADR Class AFDF
VLOValero Energy CorporationFDF
XOMExxon Mobil CorporationFDF
YPFYPF SA Sponsored ADR Class DFDF

Data as of 01/12/21. For the latest grades, be sure to use my Portfolio Grader tool.

If you own any of these stocks, you may want to consider selling them now. The truth of the matter is there are better, high-quality stocks out there that are ripe for the picking. If you’re not sure where to start, I recommend taking a look at my Portfolio Grader. It grades nearly 5,000 stocks with my proprietary formula and will tell you if it’s a Strong Buy or Strong Sell. It’s a handy investing tool to keep in your back pocket when you’re building your portfolio.

Sincerely,
Louis Navellier

Louis Navellier