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Oil Stocks with Low PEG Ratios

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 Looking at PEG ratio is a great way to predict the future of a stock, as well as the amount of profit it will generate in a specific amount of time. Understanding PEG ratio is a bit complex, so for those of you who need a refresher, a break down of what PEG ratio is, and how it is calculated can be found here.

Brigham Exploration (BEXP
Analyst estimates have Brigham growing 40.8% per year for the next five years. Brigham’s valuation metrics are:

  • P/E Ratio-89.5
  • 2011 Annual EPS Growth-91.7%
  • PEG Ratio-.976

Northern Oil and Gas (NOG)
 Analyst estimates have Northern growing 25% per year for the next five years. Northern’s valuation metrics are:

  • P/E Ratio-185.43
  • 2011 Annual EPS Growth-251.6%
  • PEG Ratio-.737

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