Kodiak Oil & Gas Corp (KOG) - KOG is a Denver-based independent energy exploration company with a market capitalization of $1.9B. As of writing this, it was showing strong trading at around $9.20 down for the day, but was actually surpassing its 52-week range. KOG's price to earnings ratio is 50.83 with an earnings per share of 0.18 and a beta of 3.45 which clearly indicates activity on their part relative to the market. Their stock is on the move with their recent acquisition of further acreage in the Wyoming Bakken's area tapping into the potential that most investors are seeing in the area given the recent purchases of acreage by others. Kodak currently has a total of 155,000 acres in total now. And going into 2012, they look to keep expanding their exploration abilities by moving from 5 to 8 rigs by the end of 2012. They are also dedicating $585M to Capex. We see this as a favorable buy.