U.S. Silica Holdings (SLCA) is a small (market capitalization ~$1.1B) frac sand player I first covered around this time last year when shares were trading hands at $12 a share. I speculated the stock could double in an article on June 18th, 2012. The shares then rocketed past $28 a share earlier this year but have since fallen back to $20 a share currently. After making a huge gain after selling my earlier position, I am ready to get back on this frac sand play on the next market dip. The shares are cheap, the company has good growth prospects and SLCA even pays a nice dividend.
U.S. Silica Holdings mines, processes and delivers commercial...
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