Plug Into Gulfport Energy

Investing can be a funny business. For instance, our biggest winner this year was also our biggest loser at one point. We purchased shares only to see them rise and then fall extremely hard as European fears took hold of the markets. But we were able to salvage the trade because of our willingness to listen to the conference calls of that company as well as its competitors (ones not only in the same industry but also the same resource play).

The company we are discussing is Gulfport Energy (GPOR). Due to the upside we see in the shares, this is the second stock we are suggesting readers look into adding to their portfolios. This is not an energy play where investors get a solid yield to take some risk out of the investment while they patiently wait for capital gains to accrue. Rather, in this play, investors are going solely for capital gains based on exploration success....418 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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