I sold my SD today @ 7.70, cost was 6.61 a few months ago.
DNR is so much better and I'll continue to hold it, even though I still have a small loss as I bought in the 19's.
Here's some numbers.....DNR....debt is about 1.7 X cash flow, which is considered a rather conservative number in the E&P business. SD's ratio is about 4.3 X cash flow, which is considered very aggressive, but not quite crazy.
DNR is trading at about 4.7 X annual cash flow and SD is trading at about 5.7 X cash flow, not a bad ratio either, but possibly fitting with their debt level. DNR is a much better value though.
By the way everyone....look at the cash flow numbers, not so much the EPS numbers. Cash flow is king in this business.