You Should Buy This Energy Stock Before 2014

You Should Buy This Energy Stock Before 2014

The boom in oil and gas production has made for some pretty lucrative investments in 2013, and exploration and production companies are getting better at drilling for oil and gas by the day. This makes for some pretty promising times coming into 2014. One stock that investors should get on their radar as the new year approaches is Ultra Petroleum . Not only is the company the lowest-cost producer among its natural gas peers Exco Resources and Southwestern Energy , but it also has made some smart acquisitions this year that give the company exposure to oil.

Add all these things up and Ultra Petroleum is poised for a very strong year next year. Tune into the video below to find out how Ultra is beating its peers and the key drivers you should watch for going forward with Ultra Petroleum.

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