It’s no secret that a global resource chase is under way.
Across the globe, private and public entities keep gobbling up land and land rights to secure long-term food supplies, water and critical energy resources.
For proof, look no further than recent data from the non-profit organization, GRAIN. Since 2006, there have been 416 land grabs in 66 countries, covering nearly 86.5 million acres.
Yikes! And those stats don’t even include land grabs for the most coveted commodities – the ones that literally “power” the global economy. I’m talking about oil, natural gas and coal.
Rest assured, the global resource chase isn’t just some fad.
Nor will it eventually peter out. Hardly.
You already know that I highly value “forever” growth trends – trends that promise to continue, no matter what happens in the world or economy.
Such trends are far and away the most powerful tailwinds for investors.
The exploding use of mobile devices is a classic example. But even the mobile frenzy pales in comparison to the resource boom now afoot.
Indeed, the global resource chase is that big. And there will never be anything bigger, either.
Simple math underscores my point.
The global population is growing (not shrinking), and it’s also getting richer (not poorer).
The end result? More and more people are creating the need for more and more power.
And more and more wealth is creating demand for more and more commodity-intensive “stuff.”
Or as billionaire resource investor, Rick Rule, summed it up recently…
“On a global basis, per capita demand for resources is exploding, spread over 3.5 billion ‘capitas’ [in emerging markets].”
Rick knows full well that resources are vital for any country to grow their economy.
He also knows that increasing demand – in the face of limited supplies – lends itself to an unparalleled opportunity for profits. The likes of which the world has never witnessed before.
So the chase is officially on, which is precisely why I’m writing you today…
Introducing Your Passport to Resource Profits…
Take note of how I strategically used the word “officially.”
By “officially,” I mean that, starting next week, we’re beginning full coverage of the global resource chase.
That fact alone speaks volumes.
Our timing is impeccable, too.
You see, we’ve arrived at a major tipping point, where the combination of dwindling resources, combined with innovative new technologies, will equal big profits for investors.
You’ll recall that our mission here at Wall Street Daily is to be truth tellers in a world of liars.
Well, we’re doing it again with the launch of Oil & Energy Daily.
Specifically, we’ll bridge the tremendous (mis)information gap that exists between investors and what’s actually happening on the frontline of the global resource chase.
We’ll sort the wheat from the chaff – separating the seductive (but doomed) resource investments from the market’s most reliable and profitable opportunities.
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That’s right. We’re launching a sister publication so our readers can directly participate in the immense profits that underlie “the chase.”
The man spearheading our efforts is none other than my friend and colleague, Karim Rahemtulla.
His mission couldn’t be more straightforward – to put you on the frontline of the global resource chase, and by extension, on the frontline of the profits.
He’s uniquely qualified to do the job, too. You see, emerging markets are literally ground zero for the global resource chase.
Consider: Global energy consumption is expected to increase 47% by 2035, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s 2012 International Energy Outlook.
But the main driver of this growth is energy demand in emerging economies.
Case in point: Energy use in non-OECD countries is expected to increase a staggering 72% by 2035, whereas energy use in OECD countries is only expected to increase by 18%.
As you well know, Karim has spent his entire career traveling to the far reaches of the world, gaining critical insights into the inner workings of emerging markets economies.
He literally wrote the book on emerging markets investing when he penned the bestseller, Where in the World Should I Invest? An Insider’s Guide to Making Money Around the Globe.
He’s also the only guy who’s not afraid to go to the ends of the Earth, under the most intense circumstances, to get the real story. Like when he flew to Egypt days after the Mubarak regime fell.
Oil & Energy Daily will give you a unique opportunity to leverage Karim’s “boots on the ground” strategy, as he scans the globe in search of profits.
I suspect you’re excited, right?
Well, I still haven’t revealed the two best reasons to give Karim your full attention…
Reset Gas Prices Back to the Year 1993
The very first broadcast of Oil & Energy Daily hits at exactly 10:00 AM EST on Wednesday, October 31. Starting that day, expect the e-letter to land in your inbox twice per week.
Broadcast #1 is a special edition, though…
In the inaugural issue of Oil & Energy Daily, we’ll include a link to Karim’s brand-new special report.
The report reveals a way to turn the clock back 228 months to the year 1993, when the national average price for a gallon of gasoline was just $0.99.
Yes, resetting gas prices back to the year 1993 defies the logic of the rational universe. But Karim tells you exactly how to do it – safely and easily – in his new report, How to Roll Gas Prices Back to the Year 1993.
Even better, the report and subscription to Oil & Energy Daily are both 100% FREE.
You’ll never be asked to pay a single penny. Ever.
Oil & Energy Daily is a “free for life” e-letter.
I’ll provide more details about the special report tomorrow, as well as answer the endless questions concerning the future of oil prices.
To manage your subscription to Oil & Energy Daily, click here.
Welcome aboard and safe investing,