Still Performing After Large Gains $NOV $SD $SU $SWN $WMB
We have a group of companies that know how to perform. They have been climbing for a while and might still have some room to go. With these stocks in your portfolio you can feel confident in your holdings. Take a look at what they still have to offer.
I wrote a couple of articles covering five North American oil and gas stocks I felt had the potential to increase shareholder wealth significantly in 2012 in December of last year. Four of the five selected companies have been great opportunities, up nearly 21% on average since my initial recommendation while SandRidge Energy, Inc. (SD) is down 12.50%. The following is the gist of my thesis as to why these companies still have room to run and stand to profit in the near future followed by a detailed review of each company’s fundamental and technical status.
Southwestern Energy Co. (SWN)
Southwestern is up 13.31% since my recommendation in December of 2011 to buy the stock. The company is trading 18% below its 52-week high and 5% below the consensus mean target price of $37.96 for the company. Southwestern was trading Monday for $36.19, up slightly for the day.
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