TPG-Axon won its bid to overhaul SandRidge Energy's board of directors; however, the company continues to fall, currently sitting around 52-week lows. 

With the stock trading below $5 per share, SandRidge presents an attractive value proposition. With 1.85 million net acres in the Mississippian Lime, in addition to 32 thousand barrels of oil equivalent per day production in the Gulf of Mexico, SandRidge is trading significantly below its net asset value. In addition, the company has its capital expenditures covered for the next year after unloading interests in the Permian Basin for $2.6 billion. Check out the video below for more information on SandRidge.


Investors were startled after SandRidge plummeted when natural gas prices reached 10-year lows, but with the company focusing on growing liquids production, the future looks optimistic. If you are unsure about the future of this emerging oil and gas junior and are looking to find out more about its strengths and weaknesses, then check out The Motley Fool's premium research report detailing SandRidge's game plan and what to expect from the company going forward. To get started, simply click here now!

The article Is SandRidge a Good $5 Buy? originally appeared on Fool.com.

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