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Watch It Now: Kent on CNBC’s “Closing Bell”

by | published June 2nd, 2011

This week on CNBC’s “Closing Bell,” Dr. Kent Moors explains how trading is superimposing traditional market elements to cause price ripples.

Investors should expect more frequent volatility cycles – but there are ways to benefit.

Moors explains how to win in the oil markets by accepting the volatility and successfully managing risk. He says the key to profiting is to identify and understand the “Where — What — When” situation being presented.

Watch this video to learn the steps to profiting from oil market volatility and hear a list of oil-related companies investors should consider.

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  1. David Krasowski
    June 2nd, 2011 at 15:27 | #1

    what would you recommend for a man over fifty years of age and less than $60,000.00 in his RRSP, what should I be investing in that could give me that boost I really need?

  2. David McDonald
    June 2nd, 2011 at 15:46 | #2

    how do I recognize the timing of these trades ?

  3. Nick Damato
    June 2nd, 2011 at 16:05 | #3

    Kent

    Love your suit

    Go Oil

    N

  4. Bob
    June 6th, 2011 at 13:09 | #4

    David Krasowski :
    what would you recommend for a man over fifty years of age and less than $60,000.00 in his RRSP, what should I be investing in that could give me that boost I really need?

    I presume Kent is referring to selling both put and call options in addition to the long positions in his recommended portfolios. For any option play the very first question is can you afford to tie up a minimum of 100 shares in most any or all of Kent’s long positions. This is because the a single option contract leverages 100 shares of the underlying stock.
    Seeing that I have but $1k in each of his positions that kind of puts me on the sidelines for any options. LOL I don’t see anyone risking 60k on these plays. This whole setup is not safe enough for you to risk, in my opinion.

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