Two Energy Plays From the Inside

Equities feel like they are getting somewhat overbought as the market continues to track higher in its quest to surpass its 2007 highs on the S&P 500. It is significantly harder to find good value in this market compared to a few months ago. Since insider buying is at about a third its level from a year ago, I am paying greater attention to companies that still are seeing insider buying. Here are two stocks with good growth prospects powered in large part by increasing domestic energy production that were recently bought by insiders.

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