Analysts believe the stock is still cheap despite a 62% increase in share price from January of this year. ExxonMobil also looks great financially, surpassing revenue expectations by nearly $7 billion.
As growth continues, ConocoPhillips looks to pay dividends higher than ever before while reinvesting in new projects. The old and gas producer consistently boasts financial strength through favorable revenue and earnings per share numbers.
Share prices may be down at present, but Brookfield recently revealed a strong balance sheet to support future growth. Some of the money it brings in from long-term contracts go toward a 3.55% dividend yield.