Will this slow swoon in prices continue?
Super investors are taking note of Exco Resources.
This oil stock could still be in for a rebound.
Investors take a sunny view of second-quarter results.
The company had under promised and is now over delivering.
Despite geopolitical troubles, North America is essentially energy independent.
Natural gas prices have been slowly but steadily rising since April 2012.

The Fibocall: Sandridge Energy Real Money Pro($)

There are three reasons to look for a rise in the stock.
A U.S. nuclear renaissance is not likely to gain traction.
There is a case to be made for buying here.


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