Another Sign That Devon Energy Is Undervalued

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Devon Energy was one of the first companies in the nation to realize the potential of the shale boom here in the U.S., but it had the reputation of a natural gas company. That bad rap has resulted in many investors shying away from it, but its recent merger deal with Crosstex Energy and Crosstex Energy Partners as well as the recent purchase of private company GeoSouthern show one thing: Devon Energy is undervalued.

In the video segment below, Fool contributor Tyler Crowe explains that when compared to other major shale drillers such as EOG Resources , Devon is undervalued and could be a solid pickup for your portfolio based on these recent deals.

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