Analysis of Investors' Investment Choices for Oil Companies

Authors

  • Junxi Zhang

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/cwt2q284

Abstract

This paper delves into the significance of oil within the realms of energy supply, transportation, and the chemical industry, all while exploring the unique challenges encountered by diverse categories of investors. Employing a multifaceted approach encompassing risk analysis, profitability assessment, and market ratio analysis, this study meticulously dissects the financial records of select oil companies. Consequently, it formulates insightful recommendations aimed at enhancing investor decision-making processes and fostering stronger corporate investor relations. The primary findings of this research emphasize the intricate interplay of numerous factors that sway investors' choices, necessitating a comprehensive evaluation that takes into account risk, profitability, and prevailing market conditions. This study not only identifies these influences but also offers specific, actionable guidance to navigate them effectively. The implications of this research extend to the practical domains of investment decision-making and corporate strategic planning, thus underscoring its intrinsic value in shaping both individual investment portfolios and the strategic directions of oil enterprises.

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Published

22-01-2024

How to Cite

Zhang, J. (2024). Analysis of Investors’ Investment Choices for Oil Companies. Highlights in Business, Economics and Management, 24, 1374-1381. https://doi.org/10.54097/cwt2q284