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I'm not an expert investor, but my opinion is to hold on to HK. I'm keeping my shares, hoping for some long-term gains even if the price fluctuates around for the next 6-12 months. The prices in the upper 40's and 50's may have been due to speculation about oil prices, but I think the Haynesville development really has made Petrohawk more valuable than it was 6 months ago. This company is still growing, and as Leonard mentioned, it's still a possible buy-out target. I think over the next few quarters, we will get a better picture of what Petrohawk's income from Haynesville really will be in the future, and the price will continue back on an upward climb.
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