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This Week’s Stock Under $10 is TransGlobe Energy By StockNews

© Reuters. This Week’s Stock Under $10 is TransGlobe Energy

Oil is in a bull market that is just getting started. Investors have a lot of opportunity with small-cap energy stocks that are still significantly undervalued. Read more to find out why TransGlobe Energy (TGA) is our featured stock of the week.Just a little less than a year and a half ago, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) futures made history by trading in negative territory. In those days, oil was trading in negative territory. It is hard to imagine today that it will trade in multi-years.

Oil now trades at its highest level since 2014. The record inventory shortages were also remediated and are currently at levels below historic averages. The demand is back at pre-pandemic levels. However, there’s another catalyst in the works. Travel is still below pre-pandemic levels. If/when it improves, travel could be returning to its pre-pandemic level.

The supply side of the equation shows that CAPEX is low, despite rising prices. It has been very low over the past few years. It is possible that oil will be in its early years of a multi-year bull market. This week’s featured stock under $10 – TransGlobe Energy (TGA) – is well-positioned to benefit from these trends.

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Mike Robinson
Mike covers the financial, utilities and biotechnology sectors for Street Register. He has been writing about investment and personal finance topics for almost 12 years. Mike has an MBA in Finance from Wake Forest University.