I don’t usually do this, and it’s doubtful I ever will again. But Asia is quickly becoming the center of global oil demand, and it’s crucial that investors know how to profit. I recently showed my premium Energy Advantage members just how to do that – and they’re already up almost 15%. But this shift is changing energy markets so fundamentally, I had to show this recommendation to you too.
Our entry back into a range of U.S. oil and natural gas investments is awaiting the sluggish return of a workable production balance.
High-yield (i.e. junk) energy bonds now yield more than 20%, which is simply unsustainable.
And with oil trading in the $50s per barrel in New York, there will be another round of bankruptcies and consolidations in the sector.
This shakeup will make for some explosive plays.
But the current action remains on the demand side – which right now means Asia, where demand is concentrating.
In fact, the consumption of both energy as a whole and crude oil in particular are moving strongly to the continent.
Consistent indicators and analyses point toward this remaining the dominant trend for at least 20 years, if not more.
By the time we reach the next decade, India will be Asia’s main “energy dynamo.” But for now, China remains the primary driver in the region’s demand.