The 35 rating InvestorsObserver gives to Halliburton Company (HAL) stock puts it near the top of the Oil & Gas Equipment & Services industry. In addition to scoring higher than 72 percent of stocks in the Oil & Gas Equipment & Services industry, HAL’s 35 overall rating means the stock scores better than 35 percent of all stocks.
What do These Ratings Mean?
Analyzing stocks can be hard. There are tons of numbers and ratios, and it can be hard to remember what they all mean and what counts as “good” for a given value. InvestorsObserver ranks stocks on eight different metrics. We percentile rank most of our scores to make it easy for investors to understand. A score of 35 means the stock is more attractive than 35 percent of stocks.
Our proprietary scoring system captures technical factors, fundamental analysis and the opinions of analysts on Wall Street. This makes InvestorsObserver’s overall rating a great way to get started, regardless of your investing style. Percentile-ranked scores are also easy to understand. A score of 100 is the top and a 0 is the bottom. There’s no need to try to remember what is “good” for a bunch of complicated ratios, just pay attention to which numbers are the highest.
What's Happening With Halliburton Company Stock Today?
Halliburton Company (HAL) stock has fallen -4.08% while the S&P 500 has gained 0.49% as of 2:57 PM on Wednesday, Jul 1. HAL is lower by -$0.53 from the previous closing price of $12.98 on volume of 11,817,320 shares. Over the past year the S&P 500 has gained 4.80% while HAL is lower by -45.03%. HAL lost -$2.62 per share the over the last 12 months.