The S&P 500 was hit pretty hard this past week with a 0.95% decline, but the energy sector fared even worse with a 1.85% decline. However, that doesn't mean every stock suffered. Thanks to some enthusiastic opinions from Wall Street analysts and other events this week, Parsely Energy , Concho Resources , Alliance Holdings GP , Memorial Resource Development , and Susser Petroleum Partners all saw shares climb more than 3.4% this week and were the five best-performing energy stocks of the week.
Check out the following presentation it will give you a full rundown of what sent all five of these energy stocks higher this week, a review of each company for those just getting to know these companies, and what any of this past week's events mean for these companies in the long run.
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