Not all companies are alike.
I see HAL revenue growth slowing down, and I read HAL gas fracking wells services having a price pressure.
I didn't hear CJES revenue growth slowing down and CJES moving more towards gas fracking wells. They just bought casedhole, they are able to deploy the next fleet when needed (although it should have been there already, I'll give you that) and they are definitely upgrading their balance sheet.
From news release regarding HAL's results. "Prices charged for fracking services are expected to drop 14 percent this year and another 8 percent next year, according to PacWest Consulting Partners LLC, a Houston-based industry adviser. " Doesn't take a big brain to have figured out why CJES has performed so miserably. Only Trading hasn't figured it out yet. Cjes will be a buy when fracking contracts increase and contract bids improve. When that occurs, who knows.