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However, my main interest is in looking for other non-XOM, non-COP, non-TOT, and utility stocks I might acquire on this crude price dip.

A while back and probably on this board, someone posted a link to an article discussing the relative strength of XOM vs. CVX. My take-away from the article was that XOM was better positioned for low priced oil while CVX was better positioned for high priced oil.

If you agreed with the assessment, a price dip in crude such as the one we just saw / are watching *should* result in a disproportionate drop in CVX stock price. Which would provide a better buying opportunity for that stock vs. XOM.

Unfortunately I don't remember the name of the article.
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