By Mill Chart
Last update: Oct 19, 2023
Quality investors are looking for the best of the best. Companies which are growing steadily and consistently, but are also in excellent financial condition. We will have a look here to see if COTERRA ENERGY INC (NYSE:CTRA) is suited for quality investing. Investors should of course do their own research, but we spotted COTERRA ENERGY INC showing up in our Caviar Cruise quality screen, so it may be worth spending some more time on it.
As part of its analysis, ChartMill provides a comprehensive Fundamental Rating for each stock. This rating, ranging from 0 to 10, is updated on a daily basis and is based on the evaluation of various fundamental indicators and properties.
Overall CTRA gets a fundamental rating of 6 out of 10. We evaluated CTRA against 218 industry peers in the Oil, Gas & Consumable Fuels industry. CTRA gets an excellent profitability rating and is at the same time showing great financial health properties. CTRA has a correct valuation and a medium growth rate.
Check the latest full fundamental report of CTRA for a complete fundamental analysis.
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COTERRA ENERGY INC
NYSE:CTRA (2/22/2024, 7:04:00 PM)After market: 26.39 +0.06 (+0.23%)
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