By Mill Chart
Last update: Nov 28, 2023
Our stock screening tool has identified PIONEER NATURAL RESOURCES CO (NYSE:PXD) as a strong dividend contender with robust fundamentals. NYSE:PXD exhibits commendable financial health and profitability, all while offering a sustainable dividend. Let's delve into each aspect below.
ChartMill assigns a Dividend Rating to each stock, ranging from 0 to 10. This rating is calculated by analyzing various dividend elements, such as yield, historical performance, dividend growth, and sustainability. NYSE:PXD has been awarded a 7 for its dividend quality:
Every stock is evaluated by ChartMill, receiving a Health Rating on a scale of 0 to 10. This assessment considers different health aspects, including liquidity and solvency, both in absolute terms and relative to industry peers. NYSE:PXD has achieved a 5 out of 10:
ChartMill's Profitability Rating offers a unique perspective on stock analysis, providing scores from 0 to 10. These ratings consider a wide range of profitability metrics and margins, both in comparison to industry peers and on their own merits. For NYSE:PXD, the assigned 6 is a significant indicator of profitability:
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PIONEER NATURAL RESOURCES CO
NYSE:PXD (2/21/2024, 7:04:00 PM)After market: 234.3 +0.56 (+0.24%)
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