What is Continental Resources' stock symbol?
Continental Resources trades on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the ticker symbol "CLR."
When did Continental Resources' stock split? How did Continental Resources' stock split work?
Continental Resources shares split before market open on Thursday, September 11th 2014. The 2-1 split was announced on Monday, August 18th 2014. The newly created shares were distributed to shareholders after the market closes on Wednesday, September 10th 2014. An investor that had 100 shares of Continental Resources stock prior to the split would have 200 shares after the split.
Where is Continental Resources' stock going? Where will Continental Resources' stock price be in 2017?
26 brokers have issued 1 year target prices for Continental Resources' stock. Their forecasts range from $16.00 to $75.00. On average, they anticipate Continental Resources' share price to reach $52.09 in the next year.
When will Continental Resources announce their earnings?
Continental Resources is scheduled to release their next quarterly earnings announcement on Wednesday, February, 22nd 2017.
What are analysts saying about Continental Resources stock?
Here are some recent quotes from research analysts about Continental Resources stock:
According to Zacks Investment Research, "CONTINENTAL RESOURCES is a crude-oil concentrated, independent oil and natural gas exploration and production company with operations in the Rocky Mountain, Mid-Continent and Gulf Coast regions of the United States. The Company focuses its operations in large new and developing plays where horizontal drilling, advanced fracture stimulation and enhanced recovery technologies provide the means to economically develop and produce oil and natural gas reserves from unconventional formations. " (2/20/2017)
- KLR Group analysts commented, "We are upgrading CLR from Hold to Buy. We are increasing our target price $2 to $59 per share target price due to fractionally lower capital intensity and incremental late '17 production growth (Bakken/TFS DUC completions). Since our early December downgrade, CLR has depreciated ~20% and underperformed the sector by ~15%. CLR now has at least 20% upside and thus merits an upgrade to Buy.Our '17 production expectation of ~221 Mboepd is toward the low end of guidance (220-230 Mboepd). Our '17 exit rate expectation of 235-240 Mboepd is ~5% below company guidance (250-260 Mboepd). Continental's capital intensity is approximately 30% higher than the industry, though the company generates ~30% stronger cash operating margins. Accordingly, CLR's mid-cycle capital yield of ~140% approximates the industry median cash recycle ratio." (1/31/2017)
Canaccord Genuity analysts commented, "CLR is the largest leaseholder in the Williston Basin (WB) and is an industry leader in enhanced completions testing. The company is also a pioneer in the development of the SCOOP and STACK plays in Oklahoma, where it is achieving impressive results and has considerable upside that we do not believe is reflected in the stock price. Investment highlights CLR reported Q4 adjusted EPS/CFPS of $(0.23)/$0.92 vs. our estimates of $(0.17)/ $0.92 and consensus of $(0.21)/$0.92. The company preannounced FY16 production at ~221.7 MBoe/d, above our prior 218.6 MBoe/d estimate. This represents 27% growth vs. 2014, above our previous 25% estimate and company guidance of 24-26%. Q4/15 production was 224.9 MBoe/d (65% oil). The company accomplished the 27% Y/Y production growth with capex coming in $200M below the $2.7B budget." (2/24/2016)
Who owns Continental Resources stock?
Continental Resources' stock is owned by a number of of retail and institutional investors. Top institutional shareholders include FMR LLC (3.19%), State Street Corp (0.70%), Alyeska Investment Group L.P. (0.31%), Caymus Capital Partners L.P. (0.27%), Dimensional Fund Advisors LP (0.23%) and Thrivent Financial for Lutherans (0.20%). Company insiders that own Continental Resources stock include David L Boren, Eric Spencer Eissenstat, Gary E Gould, Glen A Brown, Harold Hamm, Jack H Stark, John D Hart and Steven K Owen.
Who sold Continental Resources stock? Who is selling Continental Resources stock?
Continental Resources' stock was sold by a variety of institutional investors in the last quarter, including FMR LLC, Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, Impala Asset Management LLC, JVL Advisors L.L.C., Waratah Capital Advisors Ltd., Allianz Asset Management AG, Horizon Kinetics LLC and Dimensional Fund Advisors LP. Company insiders that have sold Continental Resources stock in the last year include David L Boren, Eric Spencer Eissenstat, Gary E Gould, Glen A Brown, Jack H Stark, John D Hart and Steven K Owen.
Who bought Continental Resources stock? Who is buying Continental Resources stock?
Continental Resources' stock was bought by a variety of institutional investors in the last quarter, including Alyeska Investment Group L.P., Caymus Capital Partners L.P., Precocity Capital LP, Janus Capital Management LLC, Russell Investments Group Ltd., DFT Energy LP, A.R.T. Advisors LLC and GSA Capital Partners LLP.
How do I buy Continental Resources stock?
Shares of Continental Resources can be purchased through any online brokerage account. Popular online brokerages include Vanguard Brokerage Services, TD Ameritrade, E*TRADE, Scottrade, Fidelity and Charles Schwab.
How much does a share of Continental Resources stock cost?
One share of Continental Resources stock can currently be purchased for approximately $47.18.