How to avoid buying oil stocks that might be overvalued

Oil prices have been trending higher for years, but now that oil prices are near record highs, it seems likely that stocks in the oil and gas industry could be overpriced.

That’s because investors aren’t buying the oil companies stocks like they did a few years ago, and the companies aren’t doing as well as many would like them to.

For example, last year the stock of Continental Resources Corp. was down 7.5 percent while oil prices were near record lows.

That means the stock price is now much lower than it was a year ago.

If the stock were to hit $60 a share, it would be worth about $1.4 billion, according to CNBC’s data.

That is why investors are looking for bargains.

Oil companies are buying back their own shares, so there is more money available for companies to spend on dividends and buybacks.

It’s also possible that some of the companies are now more willing to pay a premium for oil than some analysts have estimated.

The reason for the low stock price of oil companies, analysts said, is that the oil industry is not as healthy as investors would like to believe.

The Oil and Gas Association of America has predicted that U.S. oil production will peak in 2019 and decline by 1.7 million barrels a day by the end of 2020, according the Wall Street Journal.

That would put oil production at about 3.7 percent of the world’s production.

That compares to about 6 percent for other oil-producing countries.

As oil production continues to fall, the number of oil rigs that are working in the U.K. and Canada will continue to rise.

In fact, there have been some increases in oil rigs in the United States.

According to the Association of American Petroleum Producers, there are now around 15,000 oil and natural gas production rigs in Canada, the U, and in the European Union.

The U.N. estimates that there are up to 7,000 rigs in place in the Middle East.

But some analysts say that those numbers don’t reflect how the U-20 energy ministers meeting in Istanbul this week will affect the future of oil production in the world.

There is a clear expectation that oil will peak around the middle of the next decade, when the U.-20 countries are supposed to reach their goal of producing at least 6 million barrels per day of oil.

That number is set to rise to about 8 million by 2030.

If there is a downturn in oil production, there is also a clear possibility that the world economy will collapse.

That’s because the world will continue producing more oil, but it will be consumed by other countries and not be used for their own energy needs, according a report by the Uppsala University Center for International Energy Policy Research.

The U.NKESA report predicts that the number will fall to 5.8 million by 2050, with oil demand still growing.

That will be because oil demand will grow at an average rate of about 5.2 percent a year.

It is a concern that oil companies have been putting off investing in new oil-related projects.

They have put off projects like upgrading pipelines or upgrading terminals.

But with the economic slowdown, some analysts believe that oil and other energy companies could start to build more oil terminals.

This article originally appeared on CNNMoney.