How Has Continental Resources’ Stock Performed this Year?


Dec. 14 2016, Published 1:34 p.m. ET

Continental Resources’ stock performance

In 2016, Continental Resources’ (CLR) stock has mostly followed an uptrend. Although CLR’s stock has traded above its 50-day moving average (or DMA) for most of 2016, it looks like the stock is about to cross under the 50-DMA.

However, as shown in the graph above, the stock has not traded below the 50-DMA for long durations. On December 12, 2016, CLR stock was trading ~2.4% above its 50-DMA.

CLR’s stock broke above its 200-DMA in mid-March and continues to trade above it. The fact that the 50-DMA has been trading above the 200-DMA is a bullish sign.

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On December 12, 2016, Continental Resources’ stock was trading ~22% above its 200-DMA. Year-over-year, CLR’s stock has risen 101%. Meanwhile, peers Cimarex Energy (XEC), Concho Resources (CXO), and Hess (HES) have risen 39%, 38%, and 30%, respectively. Together, these companies make up 8.3% of the SPDR S&P Oil & Gas Exploration & Production ETF (XOP).

Recovery in 2016

Continental Resources’ stock has recovered significantly in 2016. Year-to-date, CLR has risen ~131%. CLR’s aggressive strategy to counter low prices and the turnaround in crude oil prices have contributed to this increase.


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