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Undervalued Energy Stocks That Are Not Uninteresting



August 16, 2011 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: WLL , BRY.DL2 , RDC

We’ve talked about PE ratio in the past, and we’re going to talk about it again. PE ratio is a great way to predict stock futures, and how the market will react to the stock down the road. Follow My Alpha has found 10 energy companies that are undervalued and expecting strong profitability. Sounds like a great combination to me. 


1. Berry Petroleum (BRY)

 This an energy company that engages in the exploration, development, production of crude oil and natural rdcgas. The firm’s forward PE is 9.83; BRY’s operating margin is 20.87%. The short float is 8.80%.

2. Whiting Petroleum Corporation (WLL)

The company acquires, develops, and produces oil and gas within the US with a focus on areas such as the Permian Basin. The firm’s forward PE is 9.40. WLL’s operating margin is 54.81%. The short float is 3.80%.

 3. Rowan Companies, Inc. (RDC)

 The company provides contract-drilling services worldwide. The firm also manufactures equipment for mining, timber activities, and drilling. The firm’s forward PE is 9.24. RDC’s operating margin is 21.49%. The short float is 3.60%."

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