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Dan Dicker

Dan Dicker

Dan Dicker is a 25 year veteran of the New York Mercantile Exchange where he traded crude oil, natural gas, unleaded gasoline and heating oil…

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One for the Speculators Amongst You

The last several weeks have seen some very strong US crude oil prices, adding strength to my prediction that we'll likely see average prices of well over $100 a barrel for crude oil for the remainder of 2014.  Along with this prediction should come some actionable US exploration and production companies that are being undervalued based upon continuing high and sticky crude prices.  I've highlighted a few of these recently, including Noble Energy (NBL), EOG Resources (EOG), Continental (CLR) and Cimarex (XEC).  But most of my readers want even more risk for part of their energy portfolio and the chance to make 40-50% or even more on their investments, a difficult target for any mid- or large cap E+P I'd likely recommend.  

But for those that cannot resist, I have an idea --  let's have another look, a rather speculative one, at Halcon Resources (HK),  now trading just north of $3.70.  

The story of Halcon is pretty well known: Floyd Wilson, the CEO of Halcon has become an oil legend, most due to his great success with previous oil start-up Petrohawk Energy, bought out by BHP Billiton for a 60% premium.  Not satisfied with the one-time score, Wilson went almost immediately "back to the well" again, starting Halcon Resources with some of the profits from Petrohawk but using the same stock symbol.    Halcon and Floyd did not go back to the Haynesville shale to attempt a repeat of their success but began in the…




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