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How to Invest in Oil Wells: 5 Things You Need to Know

Oil is one of the leading and most lucrative industries in the world, specifically, in the United States. In fact, the U.S. is the largest oil-consuming country. In 2017, it consumed about 913.3 million metric tons of oil. The current price of crude oil is around $47 per barrel, and the global oil trade business makes $2.5 trillion per year. The[…]

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Energy Advantage: Scam or Legitimate Guidance?

There are people who call Energy Advantage a scam. It’s disheartening, but I don’t let it derail my work when I’m trading for myself or helping other people make smart investment decisions.  Whether you run an oil investing subscription service, a supermarket, or a carpet-cleaning service, you’ll find people who aren’t satisfied with your performance. It’s part of[…]

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Is Coal Still a Viable Industry for Investment? 

In today’s world, the news covers a lot about alternative energy. There’s chatter about solar panels, electric cars, hydropower plants, and much more. And we all know that global warming is causing us to change our habits and develop more sustainable sources of energy.   However, fossil fuels, including coal, are still big producers of energy. In fact, one-third of all[…]

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What Are the Disadvantages of Hydroelectric Energy?

  Today, our world relies mostly on fossil fuels like coal, oil, and natural gas in order to power cars, homes, appliances, and much more. But because of the sometimes instability of the fossil fuel industry and the environmental concerns of using too much coal, oil, and natural gas, some countries are turning to hydroelectric energy.   Proponents of hydroelectric energy say favor it[…]

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3 Renewable Energy Resources to Watch

It’s no secret that we’re focusing on more renewable energy resources globally and at a rapid rate. As countries like China continue to battle their overwhelming pollution issues, and the United States wants to create their own domestic sources of energy, renewable energy will be many countries top priority for years to come.  For investors, this means it’s vital to look ahead for smart stock opportunities in[…]

How to Profit From Renewable Energy Resources

Renewable energy resources are among the most misunderstood sources of power in the world. Many people think that oil investing is the only way to go as an investor or trader, but you can maximize your profits by investing in renewable energy resources, as well. The important thing to remember is that the energy sector[…]

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Can You Profit From Oil Investing in a Bear Market?

Financial experts have been predicting a bear market for a couple years now. Correction always happens in the stock market and the economy. After a solid several years of bullish stocks, you can expect to see the market turn bearish. Oil investing, fortunately, is something you can do in a bear market, too, if you[…]

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Why People Think Oil Investing Is Too Hard

Oil investing scares many people away from the commodities, stock, and ETF markets. They think that investing in oil will leave them broke, when the exact opposite often proves true. I’ve been investing in oil for 30 years, and I’ve made studying the global energy market my bread and butter. When people tell me they[…]

The Billion Dollar Natural Gas Frenzy America Will Miss Out On

One thing emerged clearly during my four days of meetings with the Iranians in Frankfurt last week. There is now enough European support to allow Iran to move forward with some of the biggest natural gas and LNG (liquefied natural gas) projects in a decade. There are still long negotiations ahead, with considerable risk assessment[…]

Why Tensions at Iran’s LNG Summit are Running High

“Trust but verify” is a well-known phrase from the Reagan era, often used by the White House back then when discussing negotiations with the Soviet Union. President Reagan knew he was using a much older Russian proverb – Доверяй, но проверяй (“Doveryai, no proveryai“). Such are the often strange twists in international diplomacy. The past[…]