If You Sell an Energy Company, Sell for the Right Reasons

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An earnings miss can cause a company to drop a few points, but both Halcon Resources and Kodiak Oil & Gas saw a good chunk of investors sell after missing Wall Street earnings expectations. For these two young companies, it's very hard to justify a mass exodus based on an EPS miss of a few cents when so many things are going right on the production side of the business. 

If you are going to sell shares in a company like Halcon Resources or Kodiak Oil & Gas, then you should do it for the right reasons. Tune into the video below to find out a good reason to sell a company and whether Halcon and Kodiak are sell candidates right now. 

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The article If You Sell an Energy Company, Sell for the Right Reasons originally appeared on Fool.com.

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