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A Reuters story depicts Continental Resources' (CLR -2.7%) CEO Harold Hamm as a shrewd...

A Reuters story depicts Continental Resources' (CLR -2.7%) CEO Harold Hamm as a shrewd operator, while WSJ weighs in to highlight the company's what's-next dilemma after a string of drilling successes inflated CLR’s share price and Hamm’s personal wealth. Investors are growing nervous about CLR because it's a high-multiple stock, an analyst says; others worry about CLR's spending.
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  • blueice
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    A PE of 18 is a high multiple stock? Past me a dobbie, please...
    24 Sep 2012, 11:55 AM Reply Like
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