That's a good question. We know (the market knows) Q4 earnings will not be good (production shut in for 2 months.) So will it dip some more on the release? It took a fairly heavy beating to $1.40 last year in the middle of the shutdown. I doubt it gets there ever again. This stock is like picking up free money off the floor. 5 cents every 3 months, and eventually 10 cents, and then more.
For some reason the energy equity market will assign bloated values to cash producing oil assets with debt saturated balance sheets and narrow margins, but Mart can have 12% yield like it's a freaking junk bond. I think there is a lot of opportunity here for patient income oriented types who also can appreciate a tremendous future capital gain to boot. Mart has put in multiple quarters with eps of 11-12 cents per share, and cash flow is even more. I can't imagine how great it will be at 25k bpd and possibly Brent climbing up a wall. But that's the great thing about producing at premium to Brent... costs are very low, even a severe drop in crude prices leaves Mart profitable and able to support dividends.