Misinformation. Propaganda. Half-truths.
Such are the tools of big corporations – and even government – to dupe the average investor. Especially in the energy sector.
For instance, the government would like you to believe that its alternative energy initiatives are having a meaningful impact.
Seriously? I’m sure that the solar-power firm, Solyndra, and the lithium battery manufacturer, A123 Systems (both now bankrupt), would beg to differ.
Anyone paying attention to the facts should have seen their demise coming.
The cost of alternative fuels is simply too high to make them viable. As such, renewables account for less than 10% of U.S. energy demand.
Good luck trying to make a business thrive with those metrics!
Now, don’t get me wrong. Green technology like wind and solar will be the norm someday. But most of us won’t live to see it.
Here’s another doozy you’re being sold…
The United States will achieve energy independence through its shale reserves.
Really? Well, I’ve got news for you…
We presently use close to 20 million barrels of oil each day. Yet we produce less than eight million. Shale reserves have no capacity to make up the difference.
On such merits, don’t expect us to stop importing oil anytime soon.
Even the Bakken Shale – one of the largest and most productive shale formations in the country – only produces about a million barrels per day. That’s barely enough to offset 5% of domestic demand.
If you own the well, shale is a pretty big deal.
But to the average investor, shale is not where the action is…
The Truth About the Global Resource Chase
I’m not shedding light on the realities we’re facing in the energy market to enrage or dishearten you.
I’m telling you because I’m about to do what no one else is doing…
I’m going to tell you the truth. (What a novel concept!)
Once you see the (real) facts, you’ll be able to appreciate the remarkable investment opportunities available in the energy sector, regardless of the price of oil.
While it’s true that the “shooting fish in a barrel” days of energy profits are gone, immense opportunity still exists.
You just have to know where to look.
The most prolific profit opportunities are, say… buried beneath the icy waters of Alaska’s North Slope…
Or they’re tucked away in the desks of government autocrats in emerging markets like China.
Did you know that by next year, oil demand in emerging markets will overtake demand in the developed world? It’s true.
Demand in countries that don’t belong to the OECD will reach 45.7 million barrels a day next year. That’s 600,000 more barrels per day than demand in OECD states, according to the International Energy Agency. (Yup, they can get it right sometimes.)
When you recognize that global oil production isn’t increasing fast enough to keep up with future demand, the opportunity in this lucrative corner of the market becomes, well… obvious.
The Saudi oil fields (second only to Venezuela in reserves) are depleting at a rate of 3.5% per year. Couple that with rising demand in emerging markets and higher drilling costs, and you suddenly have a full-scale crisis on your hands – a crisis that’s also spawning killer profit opportunities.
Monday through Friday, my brand-new Oil & Energy Daily e-letter will shed light on such catalysts. The best of which we’ll broadcast to you via email twice per week.
Our team of energy experts, led by yours truly, is directly on the frontline of the global resource chase. By virtue of that, the profits will likely come hard and fast.
By “frontline,” I mean that we investigate these opportunities firsthand. Yes, that includes doing boots-on-the-ground research in some of the world’s biggest energy-producing regions.
The bottom line is this…
Listening to hype is a surefire way to lose money in today’s market. Just think of Oil & Energy Daily as a way to inoculate yourself against all the noise and falsehoods.
If you’re ready to embrace the truth – and follow the money flow driving the global resource chase – your energy portfolio will grow exponentially. I guarantee it.
So get ready, because the very first broadcast of Oil & Energy Daily hits inboxes at exactly 10:00 AM EST on Wednesday, October 31.
And the inaugural issue will be a special edition…
Turning Back the Clock on Gas Prices
The first edition of Oil & Energy Daily will include a link to my brand-new special report: How to Roll Gas Prices Back to the Year 1993.
The report reveals a way to turn the clock back 228 months to the year 1993, when the 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 I’m going to tell you exactly how to do it – safely and easily.
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.
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Ahead of the tape,