Chevron: The Makings Of A Fantastic Investment Today


  • Chevron Corporation reported Q4 2022 results that disappointed the market.
  • The results were better than the market seems to think, as the production decline was negligible and cash flow was solid.
  • Near-term growth may not occur, as the company’s production will likely remain flat in 2023 and a recession could keep crude oil prices suppressed.
  • Chevron boasts an incredibly strong balance sheet with almost no debt.
  • Chevron Corporation appears to be undervalued today and may be worth purchasing.

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On Friday, January 27, 2023, integrated oil and gas supermajor Chevron Corporation (NYSE:CVX) announced its fourth-quarter 2022 earnings results. The market was certainly disappointed with these results, as the company’s stock fell fairly significantly following the news release. This

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Additional disclosure: I am long various energy-focused funds that currently hold long positions in XOM and CVX. I exercise no control over these funds and their holdings may change at any time.

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