Exxon Mobil is still the world’s largest oil company. Last year they lost their triple AAA cre4dit rating when S&P downgrade them to AA+. This left only two companies with triple AAA ratings, Johnson and Johnson and Microsoft.
This is the latest update of trades being done in Exxon Mobil Stock in 2017. I have traded in Exxon Mobil Stock since March 5 2010 during which annual returns have ranged from 9.6% in 2010 to a high of 39.6% in 2013. 2017 marks the eighth consecutive year of trading in Exxon Mobil Stock.
I am still updating the trades from 2015 and 2016, but to Jan 19 2017 the trades in Exxon Mobil Stock are up 11% since the start of the year. There are some further trades to be added from February.
By reviewing trades, investors can learn the strategy being used and determine entry and exit price points for ongoing trades.
The rest of this Exxon Mobil Stock update of trades for 2017 is for FullyInformed Members.
Exxon Mobil Stock (XOM) Trades for 2017 Update
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