Like a smart shopper, wait for the stock to go pull back to the mid-$40s and buy.
It will only take one bad quarter for shares to fall to single digits. That's the only time you should buy.
The company consistently delivers where it matters -- on the bottom line.
What could Wall Street be thinking?
Amazon's purchase of Twitch might seem like an impulsive move by CEO Jeff Bezos. It's not.
Wall Street isn't ready to credit management for some of the company's restructuring and value-building efforts, many of which should fuel long-term growth.
Management is holding firm to its promise to use capital to drive long-term value.
Still trading more than 12% below its 2011 high of $25.65, Weatherford looks like a no-brainer.
The company is trying to make itself more attractive to investors despite continuing geopolitical risks.
The cloud company's revenue is growing but the shares are underpriced, creating a buying opportunity for savvy investors.