Yeah, wait a bit longer. Natural gas is up a tiny bit this year and oil should be stable or heading south. The P/E is still too high for an income stock. This stock is definitely not a growth stock since it is has been mostly flat since it went public and the dividends are quite high. If natural gas ever takes off again to where it should be at the old 6:1 ratio ($15/mcf at today's oil prices), W&T will be worth quite a bit. It will also take off if Tracy ever sells his stock. But their portfolio has changed quite a bit since they went public. More into deep water and more onshore. Both the deep water and West Texas areas are high LOE and low upside and deep water can be disastrous.