Oil and natural gas producer EOG Resources (NYSE: EOG) is an interest stock. The chart shows a downward trend with an interesting trend line and the company’s fundamentals are unusual as well.
Looking at the daily chart we see that the stock gapped lower back on October 23. By connecting the opening price from that day with high on December 4, you get a downward sloped trend line and the stock has just found resistance at that trend line within the last few days.
We also see that the daily stochastic readings were in overbought territory and made a bearish crossover on February 21. The drop in the stock on that day caused the stock to drop below its 50-day moving average.
The Tickeron AI Prediction tool generated a bearish signal on the stock on February 19 and that signal came with a confidence level of 65%. The signal calls for a drop in EOG’s stock of at least 4% over the next month and previous predictions have been accurate 70% of the time.
Looking at EOG’s fundamentals, we see some confusing readings on different indicators. The company has seen flat earnings over the last three years, but the most recent quarterly report showed earnings growth of 821%. The company has seen sales grow by an average of 20% per year over the last three years.
The return on equity is below average at 4.3% and the profit margin is on the low side as well at 9.2%.
The company is set to announce earnings on February 26.