4 Areas SandRidge Investors Need to Watch


SandRidge Energy is one of those companies that you either love or you loathe. It bears striking resemblance to Chesapeake Energy , which probably should come as no surprise as its current CEO Tom Ward was a co-founder of Chesapeake. This history could play a key role in SandRidge's future.

While we can learn a lot from history, it's still not as accurate an indicator of future success or failure as we'd like. That's why as investors we need to be ever vigilant about those companies that make their way into our portfolios. To help current and future SandRidge investors stay on top of what's happening at the company, I recently updated a premium report on the company. Given all the changes the company has undergone this past year, and the changes likely ahead of it, it's important to stay up to date.

Below is an excerpt from the report, laying out four areas investors need to watch in the coming years. We hope you enjoy.

The Four Areas You MUST Watch

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There is a lot more to the story at SandRidge. If you would like to hear more about the promising and exciting future of this emerging oil and gas junior, then check out The Motley Fool's recently updated premium research report detailing SandRidge's game plan and what to expect from the company going forward. To get started, simply click here now!

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