A sideways rectangle pattern has emerged in the chart of Total SE (TOT). If either the resistance or support level is broken, a significant move in the stock could occur…
Total SE (TOT) is an integrated oil and gas company that explores for, produces, and refines oil around the world. The company operates refineries with capacity of nearly 2.0 million barrels a day, primarily in Europe, distributes refined products in 65 countries, and manufactures commodity and specialty chemicals.
The company has a strong history of production when compared to other large oil companies. This is due to exposure to the faster growing hydrocarbon producing regions in the world. TOT has also benefited from production from new startups. TOT has been able to lower breakeven cost through modern technology in drilling.
The company had $36.6 billion in cash at the end of the last quarter, compared with $61.5 billion in long-term debt. Though it has a current ratio of 1.4, indicating it has enough liquidity to handle short-term obligations.
While growth has been down over the past year, earnings are expected to rise 7.6% next quarter and 137.9% this year. Revenue is forecasted to rise 31.9% this year. The stock appears undervalued with a 12.68 trailing P/E.
TOT has shown positive mid-term momentum, but is down over 5% in the past five days. This has led to a “Buy” rating in our POWR Ratings system and is reflected in the chart below.
Take a look at the 1-year chart of TOT below with added notations…
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