Which is the best investment between these two small-cap oil/energy companies? We will compare the two companies on the basis of their dividends, earnings and risk. Analyst recommendations, valuation, profitability, valuation, and profitability.
MarketBeat.com has reported the current ratings for CGG, and Hammerhead Energy.
Strong Buy Ratings
Volatility, Risk and Cost
CGG's beta is 2.22. This means that the price of its shares is 122% higher than S&P 500. Hammerhead Energy, on the other hand, has a beta value of -0.19 which means that its stock price is 119% more volatile than S&P 500.
Earnings and Value
This table compares CGG's and Hammerhead Energy’s top-line revenues, earnings per share, and valuation.
Earnings per Share
Hammerhead Energy's revenue is lower, but its earnings are higher than CGG.
The table below compares the net margins of CGG and Hammerhead Energy, as well as their return on equity (ROE) and return on assets.
Return on Equity
Return on Assets
Institutional and Insider Ownership
Institutional investors hold 78.8% Hammerhead Energy's shares. Insiders own 20.0% Hammerhead Energy's shares. A high level of institutional ownership indicates that hedge funds and large money managers, as well as endowments, believe the stock will perform better than the market in the long run.
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Hammerhead Energy is better than CGG in 7 out of 9 factors.
CGG is a geosciences integrated company that provides geological geophysical capabilities and reservoir capability to its large base of clients, primarily in the oil and gas industries around the world. It is a manufacturer of geophysical equipment and a provider for marine, land, and airborne data collection services. The company operates through four segments: Contractual data acquisition; Geology, Geophysics & Reservoir (GGR); equipment; and non-operated resources. The Contractual data Acquisition segment includes Marine: Offshore seismic data acquisition and Land and Multi-Physics and Other seismic data. The Geology Geophysics Reservoir segment consists of the Multi-Client Business Line and Subsurface Imaging and Reservoir Business Line. The Equipment segment includes manufacturing and sales of seismic equipment for data acquisition on land and sea. Non-Operated Resources includes the costs for non-operated resources in the marine sector as well as the entire cost of its Transformation Plan. Conrad Schlumberger founded the company on July 23,1931. Its headquarters is in Paris, France.
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