Hi, kylerobert.I can't predict the future, but I can tell you that Jim Cramer loves this stock, and owns it for his charitable trust. I took a look at XTO's most recent annual report, and it looks very tasty. I would have bought it, but the stock crossed my threshold (2% above Cramer's own cost basis) before I could even get my hands on it. Given the returns this stock could generate over the next few years, I should probably pay the over-2% premium anyway, but there are just too many other names I also want that are on sale right now to justify paying a premium for XTO. I would definitely buy it on a pullback.Anyway, you can read Cramer's opinion of the stock here:http://www.thestreet.com/_tscs/funds/madmoneywrap/10361294.html--Judd Miller(no position in XTO)
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