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What: Rosetta Resources (Nasdaq: ROSE) shares jumped 10% on Friday after the company announced earnings.

So what: Revenue rose 24% to $80.3 million and earnings per share increased from $0.11 last year to $0.17. Both results narrowly beat Wall Street's expectations.

Now what: Rosetta also lowered the upper end of production guidance, which now sits at 135 million to 140 million cubic feet equivalent per day. The company's earnings bright spot and move away from natural gas to liquids, now 30% of production, is encouraging, but this Fool isn't pumped enough to buy today's bump. I'll wait for a pullback before getting excited about Rosetta's shares.

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