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Crumbling natural gas prices have taken their toll on Devon Energy's stock price. Fortunately, the company continues to shift production toward oil and has plenty of capital to make that happen. The company's stock is down almost 26% since its March 2011 high, but David thinks that could change if natural gas prices begin to rise again. Ultimately, this may be a relatively less-risky natural-gas play.
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