FLMN Stock Is Bullish on Record Oil Prices
As the old investing adage goes, don’t fight the trend. If the market wants to go higher, don’t bet that it will fall (and vice versa). It’s not foolproof—some contrarian investors have.
Falcon Minerals Corp Increases Dividend for 7 Straight Quarters
When it rains, it pours. And right now, a few industries are ripping higher while the rest of the stock market trembles on fears of inflation, interest rate hikes, and black.
Here’s Why Falcon Minerals Stock’s Dividend Will Rise
Falcon Minerals Corp (NASDAQ:FLMN) is probably only really overlooked because it only went public a few years ago. That said, with a market cap of $416.0 million, it’s not exactly a small.
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