5 Energy Bargains Rallying Off Lows With Room To Run 4 To Buy 1 To Avoid

Still Performing After Large Gains $NOV $SD $SU $SWN $WMB

Here is 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.

Southwestern is up 13.31% since December of 2011. 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.

NOV is up 16.18% since December of 2011. NOV is trading 13% below its 52-week high and has 23% upside potential based on the analysts’ mean target price of $96.59 for the company. NOV was trading Monday for $78.62, up almost 1% for the day.

SandRidge is down 12.50% since December of 2011. The company is trading 21% below its 52-week high and has 35% upside based on the consensus mean target price of $9.61 for the company. SandRidge was trading Monday for $7.14, up slightly for the day.

Suncor is up 15.90% since December of 2011. The company is trading 18% below its 52-week high and has 5% upside based on the consensus mean target price of $41.96 for the company. Suncor was trading Monday for $33.02, down over 1% for the day.

Williams is up 37.20% since December of 2011. The company is trading 5% below its 52-week high and has 1% upside based on the consensus mean target price of $36.08 for the company. Williams was trading Monday for $35.85, up over 2% for the day.

We post these energy equities will continue upward from their current share prices based on macroeconomic, sector and company specific catalysts. These stocks have great stories, good fundamentals and positive facilitators for future growth. However, many are trading at significant discounts due to incessant negative macroeconomic headlines and a lack of confidence from Main Street based on the ever-present deleterious employment picture.

Although recent news regarding the U.S. unemployment picture and housing has been positive, we suggest layering into these names as there may be a significant buying opportunity produced by the bureaucrats as they work their way through the so called fiscal cliff.

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