Look for companies with significant levels of insider ownership.
But remember they are created by Wall Street's financial geniuses. 
These two giants are hiking dividends and still relatively cheap.
Just be patient a bit longer on Goodrich Petroleum.
The state-owned company is reeling from multiple headwinds.
The CEO of one E&P company thinks so.
Lower profitability is turning oil stocks into trading vehicles.
Oil producers have work to do.
Weak players draw attention as storage gets scarce.
Many are tight-fisted or don't see a bottom yet.

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