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You can't keep these drillers down, and the reasons for the run vary from the shortage of oil for the international integrateds (just did a video with Keith Lieberthal on this very issue, watch for it on the site soon) to the turn in natural gas prices.

That's good news. There is a whole cohort of natural gas drillers that can move ever higher and there's an equal thrust to own the

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/

GlobalSantaFe

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/

Transocean

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group.

(I would emphasize

Halliburton

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, too, as a laggard, but the contempt it's showing for its shareholders vs., say,

Nabors

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can only be described as frightening.)

We are

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just now turning in the U.S. If Canada turns, I believe you could see the

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easily breach its high of $168. When it does, the resistance will disappear and a remarkable re-valuation even from these levels will begin.

Simply put: There's a lot more ahead. I would remain a buyer of this very important group.

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Transocean and Halliburton.

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