Conoco Phillips (COP) Stock Forecast & Predictions

Conoco Phillips COP: $83.02

925 N Eldridge Pkwy, Houston, Texas, US. | Sector: Manufacturing | Exchange: NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE INC. | Web: www.conocophillips.com

  • Market Cap$109.50B
  • Change (52 Weeks)101.57%
  • Low (52 Weeks)$38.4
  • Conoco Phillips (COP) Stock Forecast By Analysts


    Strong Buy
    Analysts Recommendations for Conoco Phillips (COP) is based on 35 Institutional Analyst Ratings where 60.00% are on Strong Buy, 28.57% on Moderate Buy, 11.43% remains on Hold, 0.00% are on Moderate Sell and 0.00% are on Strong Sell.

    Out of 35 Institutional Analysts, majority recommended COP stock as Strong Buy. Since most investors and traders follow analyst ratings closely, this can be a potentially driving factor for the future stock price of Conoco Phillips.

    Conoco Phillips (COP) Stock Price Prediction By Analysts


    HighLowAverage
    $122.85$65.65$94.13
    $94.1313.38% Upside
    Updated: 2022-01-13 00:00:00

    The Average Price target for COP set by the institutional analysts is $94.13 where High Estimate is $122.85, Median $96.9 and Low $65.65.

    The average price target for COP by Institutional Analysts is $94.13, which is 13.38% Upside from the current price. So according to the Institutional Analysts, COP Stock might be a bit undervalued at this stage and there’s potential for upside.

    However, although Institutional Analysts set their price targets after extensive research, they’re not always correct. After all, the market is mostly driven by investors speculation and emotion than just concrete numbers.

    Conoco Phillips (COP) Stock Forecasts By Institutional Analysts


    Analyst
    Recommendation
    Action
    KeybancOverweightMaintained
    Goldman SachsBuyUpgraded
    BarclaysOverweightMaintained
    ScotiabankSector PerformDowngraded
    KeybancOverweightMaintained
    Morgan StanleyOverweightMaintained
    Societe GeneraleHoldDowngraded
    Wells FargoOverweightMaintained
    Raymond JamesStrong BuyMaintained
    MizuhoBuyMaintained
    KeybancOverweightMaintained
    KeybancOverweightMaintained
    Goldman SachsNeutralDowngraded
    Truist SecuritiesBuyMaintained
    KeybancOverweightMaintained
    Morgan StanleyOverweightMaintained
    KeybancOverweightMaintained
    Goldman SachsBuyMaintained
    Raymond JamesStrong BuyMaintained
    Truist SecuritiesBuyMaintained
    Credit SuisseOutperformMaintained
    Raymond JamesStrong BuyMaintained
    Morgan StanleyOverweightMaintained
    KeybancOverweightMaintained
    MizuhoBuyMaintained
    Credit SuisseOutperformMaintained
    MizuhoBuyMaintained
    BernsteinOutperformMaintained
    Morgan StanleyOverweightMaintained
    KeybancOverweightMaintained
    KeybancOverweightMaintained
    Raymond JamesStrong BuyUpgraded
    B of A SecuritiesBuyUpgraded
    KeybancOverweightMaintained
    B of A SecuritiesNeutralDowngraded
    Morgan StanleyOverweightMaintained
    KeyBancOverweightMaintained
    ScotiaBankSector OutperformUpgraded
    KeyBancOverweightMaintained
    KeyBancOverweightMaintained
    KeyBancOverweightMaintained
    Morgan StanleyOverweightMaintained
    B of A SecuritiesBuyUpgraded
    KeyBancOverweightMaintained
    B of A SecuritiesNeutralMaintained
    KeyBancOverweightInitiated
    Morgan StanleyOverweightMaintained
    SunTrust Robinson HumphreyBuyInitiated
    Piper SandlerOverweightMaintained
    Raymond JamesOutperformMaintained
    ScotiaBankSector PerformMaintained
    UBSBuyMaintained
    JefferiesBuyReiterated
    Piper SandlerOverweightMaintained
    Argus ResearchBuyMaintained
    MKM PartnersBuyMaintained
    Credit SuisseOutperformMaintained
    B of A SecuritiesNeutralDowngraded
    Wells FargoOverweightMaintained
    Wells FargoOverweightMaintained
    MizuhoNeutralDowngraded
    UBSBuyMaintained
    Wells FargoOverweightMaintained
    RBC CapitalOutperformUpgraded
    Morgan StanleyOverweightMaintained
    JP MorganOverweightMaintained
    Raymond JamesOutperformUpgraded
    CFRABuyDowngraded
    JP MorganOverweightMaintained
    B of A SecuritiesBuyMaintained
    Capital One FinancialOverweightInitiated
    Capital OneOverweightInitiated
    UBSBuyMaintained
    ScotiabankSector PerformDowngraded
    BairdOutperformInitiated
    SusquehannaPositiveInitiated
    Atlantic EquitiesOverweightInitiated
    MKM PartnersBuyInitiated
    JP MorganOverweightMaintained
    Morgan StanleyOverweightMaintained
    UBSBuyUpgraded
    UBSBuyUpgraded
    BarclaysOverweightInitiated
    Bank of AmericaBuyUpgraded
    Morgan StanleyOverweightMaintained
    JP MorganOverweightMaintained
    MizuhoBuyUpgraded
    Morgan StanleyOverweightMaintained
    Credit SuisseOutperformUpgraded
    PiperJaffrayOverweightUpgraded
    Morgan StanleyOverweightMaintained
    Goldman SachsBuyUpgraded
    Societe GeneraleBuyMaintained
    Morgan StanleyOverweightMaintained
    Bank of AmericaBuyUpgraded
    Morgan StanleyOverweightMaintained
    CitigroupBuyMaintained
    Goldman SachsNeutralDowngraded
    Morgan StanleyOverweightMaintained
    RBC CapitalSector PerformDowngraded
    Bank of AmericaNeutralDowngraded
    Morgan StanleyOverweightMaintained
    Morgan StanleyOverweightMaintained
    JP MorganOverweightMaintained
    BMO CapitalOutperformMaintained
    RBC CapitalOutperformMaintained
    Morgan StanleyOverweightInitiated
    BarclaysOverweightMaintained
    BMO CapitalOutperformInitiated
    MizuhoNeutralInitiated
    BernsteinOutperformUpgraded
    BarclaysOverweightMaintained
    MacquarieNeutralDowngraded
    JefferiesHoldDowngraded
    Edward JonesHoldDowngraded
    JP MorganOverweightMaintained
    UBSBuyInitiated
    CitigroupBuyMaintained
    BarclaysOverweightMaintained
    Morgan StanleyEqual-WeightMaintained
    Goldman SachsBuyUpgraded
    Credit SuisseNeutralInitiated
    Wells FargoOutperformMaintained
    BarclaysOverweightMaintained
    Morgan StanleyEqual-WeightMaintained
    BarclaysOverweightMaintained
    Bank of AmericaBuyUpgraded
    CitigroupBuyMaintained
    BernsteinMarket PerformDowngraded
    JefferiesBuyUpgraded
    Bank of AmericaNeutralDowngraded
    UBSBuyUpgraded
    Cowen & Co.OutperformUpgraded
    Goldman SachsBuyUpgraded
    CLSAUnderperformDowngraded
    Edward JonesBuyUpgraded
    PiperJaffrayOverweightUpgraded
    Wolfe ResearchOutperformUpgraded
    JP MorganOverweightUpgraded
    JefferiesHoldUpgraded
    JP MorganNeutralUpgraded
    CitigroupBuyMaintained
    JefferiesUnderperformDowngraded
    Deutsche BankBuyMaintained
    Wolfe ResearchPeer PerformDowngraded
    UBSNeutralMaintained
    BernsteinOutperformMaintained
    Societe GeneraleHoldDowngraded
    NomuraNeutralMaintained
    Deutsche BankBuyMaintained
    JP MorganUnderweightMaintained
    BarclaysOverweightMaintained
    Credit SuisseNeutralMaintained
    BernsteinOutperformInitiated
    OppenheimerPerformDowngraded
    BarclaysOverweightMaintained
    BarclaysOverweightMaintained
    NomuraNeutralInitiated
    Edward JonesHoldDowngraded
    Goldman SachsNeutralInitiated
    CitigroupBuyMaintained
    JefferiesHoldMaintained
    BarclaysOverweightMaintained
    JP MorganUnderweightInitiated
    CitigroupBuyMaintained
    Credit SuisseNeutralMaintained
    CitigroupBuyMaintained
    JefferiesHoldMaintained
    Morgan StanleyEqual-WeightMaintained
    UBSNeutralUpgraded
    Bank of AmericaNeutralUpgraded
    Simmons & Co.OverweightUpgraded
    Argus ResearchBuyMaintained
    ArgusBuyMaintained
    BarclaysOverweightMaintained
    Deutsche BankBuyMaintained
    BarclaysOverweightMaintained
    JefferiesHoldInitiated
    Scotia Howard WeilSector OutperformUpgraded
    Deutsche BankBuyInitiated
    OppenheimerOutperformMaintained
    GuggenheimBuyUpgraded
    CitigroupBuyMaintained
    Argus ResearchBuyMaintained
    ArgusBuyMaintained
    BarclaysOverweightMaintained
    Bank of AmericaUnderperformMaintained
    Bank of AmericaUnderperformMaintained
    BMO CapitalMarket PerformInitiated
    GuggenheimNeutralDowngraded
    Raymond JamesMarket PerformUpgraded
    GuggenheimBuyInitiated
    ISI GroupStrong BuyUpgraded
    UBSSellMaintained
    Scotia Howard WeilSector PerformDowngraded
    JefferiesHoldMaintained
    BarclaysOverweightUpgraded
    Cowen & Co.HoldInitiated
    CitigroupBuyMaintained
    JP MorganOverweightMaintained
    Credit SuisseNeutralMaintained
    Societe GeneraleBuyUpgraded
    OppenheimerOutperformMaintained
    CitigroupBuyUpgraded
    Deutsche BankHoldMaintained
    Bank ofericaUnderperformDowngraded
    UBSSellMaintained
    Morgan StanleyUnderweightMaintained
    Morgan StanleyUnderweightMaintained
    UBSSellMaintained
    JefferiesHoldMaintained
    UBSSellMaintained

    Conoco Phillips (COP) Stock Earning Per Share (EPS) Forecast / Estimate


    $2.132
    The average consensus EPS for COP is $2.132 with a high estimate of $2.940 and Low of $1.666 for the period 2022-03-31 and based on 21 Institutional Analysts.

    Last Quarter


    Actual
    Estimate
    Date
    $1.77$1.52022021-09-30


    Earning Per Share (EPS) History


    Actual
    Estimate
    Date
    $$2.17752021-12-31
    $1.77$1.52022021-09-30
    $1.27$1.11072021-06-30
    $0.69$0.51782021-03-31
    $-0.19$-0.28672020-12-31
    $-0.31$-0.32152020-09-30
    $-0.92$-0.58172020-06-30
    $0.45$0.23242020-03-31
    $0.76$0.81272019-12-31
    $0.82$0.73332019-09-30
    $1.01$1.04472019-06-30
    $1$0.90992019-03-31
    $1.13$1.01592018-12-31
    $1.36$1.18952018-09-30
    $1.09$1.09462018-06-30
    $0.96$0.73542018-03-31
    $0.45$0.45452017-12-31
    $0.16$0.08452017-09-30
    $0.14$-0.01522017-06-30
    $-0.02$0.00982017-03-31
    $-0.26$-0.42352016-12-31
    $-0.66$-0.70232016-09-30
    $-0.79$-0.61852016-06-30
    $-0.95$-1.05642016-03-31
    $-0.9$-0.6532015-12-31
    $-0.38$-0.37832015-09-30
    $0.07$0.03562015-06-30
    $-0.18$-0.19332015-03-31
    $0.6$0.59092014-12-31
    $1.29$1.20912014-09-30
    $1.61$1.61512014-06-30
    $1.81$1.57192014-03-31
    $1.4$1.32222013-12-31
    $1.47$1.46762013-09-30
    $1.41$1.30312013-06-30
    $1.42$1.42852013-03-31
    $1.43$1.43812012-12-31
    $1.44$1.2032012-09-30
    $1.22$1.18072012-06-30
    $2.02$2.10512012-03-31

    What is Analyst Ratings & Price Targets?

    The analysts provide Buy, Sell or Hold ratings after extensive research of a companies financial reports, listening to conference calls and some of them even get in contact with upper management of the company to get an overall picture of operation.

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    What is Earnings Per Share (EPS) and Why is it Important?

    EPS, or Earning Per Share, can tell a lot about a stock’s performance. It’s calculated by dividing a company’s profit by the number of outstanding shares of its common stocks.

    In layman’s term, earnings is an indicator of a company’s profitability. Higher the earnings, the more profitable a company is.
    Some traders pick stocks solely based on EPS or earnings Analysis, it is a very powerful indicator of a stock’s price.

    Before you buy a stock, check the company’s earnings History and Surprises. A Surprise happens when a company reports a much higher or lower actual earnings/EPS than the forecasted earnings/EPS.

    If a company reports higher EPS surprises consistently, analysts keep raising their estimates, traders become more confident in the company, driving the share price higher.

    What is Stock Sentiment?

    Stock Sentiment refers to how people speculating about the stock or what kind of trading position investors are often taking.

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