Berry Petroleum Corp (BRY)

9.560
+0.240(+2.58%)
Pre Market
9.600
+0.040(+0.42%)
- Real-time Data
  • Volume:
    655,843
  • Day's Range:
    9.260 - 9.660
  • 52 wk Range:
    4.720 - 12.850
High dividend Yield

BRY Overview

Prev. Close
9.32
Day's Range
9.26-9.66
Revenue
792.07M
Open
9.49
52 wk Range
4.72-12.85
EPS
0.065
Volume
655,843
Market Cap
752.95M
Dividend (Yield)
2.24
(23.43%)
Average Vol. (3m)
991,441
P/E Ratio
143.31
Beta
611.33
1-Year Change
86.35%
Shares Outstanding
78,760,354
Next Earnings Date
Nov 09, 2022
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Berry Petroleum Corp Analysis

Berry Petroleum Corp Company Profile

Berry Petroleum Corp Company Profile

Sector
Energy
Employees
1224

Berry Corporation, an independent upstream energy company, engages in the development and production of conventional oil reserves located in the western United States. It operates in two segments, Development and Production, and Well Servicing and Abandonment. The company’s properties are located in the San Joaquin and Ventura basins, California; and Uinta basin, Utah. As of December 31, 2021, it had a total of 3,417 net productive wells. The company was formerly known as Berry Petroleum Corporation and changed its name to Berry Corporation in February 2020. Berry Corporation was founded in 1909 and is headquartered in Dallas, Texas.

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  • Oil is up, Dow is up, BRY down, strange. The ugly side of investing. Traders are selling and chasing the next popuplar stock. And when that stock goes down they sell it to chase another stock that is on a up trend and they sell it when it goes down. Eventually the traders will run-out of funds. They forget the first principal of investing, and that is capital peservation.
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