Dear Valued Visitor,

We have noticed that you are using an ad blocker software.

Although advertisements on the web pages may degrade your experience, our business certainly depends on them and we can only keep providing you high-quality research based articles as long as we can display ads on our pages.

To view this article, you can disable your ad blocker and refresh this page or simply login.

We only allow registered users to use ad blockers. You can sign up for free by clicking here or you can login if you are already a member.

Three Commodity Stocks To Buy On The Dip: Rio Tinto plc (ADR) (RIO), Weatherford International Ltd (WFT), Williams Companies, Inc. (WMB)

Domestic equities have managed to return to their bullish ways as easing concerns over U.S. military involvement in Syria have helped some of the uncertainty that’s been plaguing investors’ confidence on Wall Street. Furthermore, investors rejoiced after Larry Summers withdrew his bid for Fed chairman earlier this week, showcasing the market’s concerns over the abandonment of “ultra loose” monetary policy [for more commodity futures news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter].

Amid the ongoing rally on the home front, bargain shoppers are in search of trending stocks at attractive levels. As such, below we take a look at three big commodity stocks that are trending higher, but have slipped in the last few trading sessions, thereby offering an attractive opportunity to “buy on the dip” in the near future.

The stocks included here are rated as “buy” candidates for three reasons: First and foremost, each of these companies boasts a market cap upwards of $10 billion along with average daily trading volumes topping the $1 million mark, in an effort to weed out smaller, more volatile, trading prospects; second, these securities are trading above their 200-day moving averages, thereby implying they are in longer-term uptrends; thirdly, these stocks are also trading below their 5-day moving averages, which makes them attractive for swing traders looking to buy in before they rebound. As always, investors of all experience levels are advised to use stop-loss orders and practice disciplined profit-taking techniques [see 5 Commodity Trading Mistakes You Could Be Making].

Rio Tinto plc (ADR) (NYSE:RIO)

Consider Rio Tinto plc (ADR) (NYSE:RIO)’s one-year daily performance chart below.

RIO

Click to Enlarge

This stock appears to be reversing its bear trend which has persisted since the start of the year; notice how Rio Tinto plc (ADR) (NYSE:RIO) has been able to break its trend of lower-highs (red line) and has been climbing higher along a rising support line. Furthermore, it’s encouraging to see this stock attract above-average buying volumes as it peered above its 200-day moving average (yellow line) last week.

Weatherford International Ltd (NYSE:WFT)

Consider Weatherford International Ltd (NYSE:WFT)’s one-year daily performance chart below.

WFT

Click to Enlarge

This stock has been trading  in a tight, well-defined channel (blue lines) since it settled backed above its 200-day SMA (yellow line) at the start of April this year. With Weatherford International Ltd (NYSE:WFT) currently trading near the lower support boundary, entering into a long position is attractive for two reasons: First, traders can closely manage downside risk by setting a tight stop loss near recent lows; second, there is favorable upside potential here given Weatherford International Ltd (NYSE:WFT)’s well-defined uptrend at hand.

Williams Companies, Inc. (NYSE:WMB)

Consider Williams Companies, Inc. (NYSE:WMB)’s one-year daily performance chart below.

WMB

Click to Enlarge

This stock appears to be regaining bullish momentum as it recently settled back above its 200-day moving average (yellow line). Shares of Williams Companies, Inc. (NYSE:WMB) have been climbing along rising support (red line) and have also managed to attract above-average buying volumes above support at the $35 level.

Don’t forget to subscribe to our free daily commodity investing newsletter and follow us on Twitter @CommodityHQ.

Disclosure: No positions at time of writing

Commodity HQ is not an investment advisor, and any content published by Commodity HQ does not constitute individual investment advice. The opinions offered herein are not personalized recommendations to buy, sell or hold securities or investment assets. Read the full disclaimer here.

Loading...