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Get Ready to Cash in on Oil’s Meteoric Rise

by | published April 14th, 2018

I’ve spent most of this week talking about the oil price rally.

And there’s a very good reason.

Both oil benchmarks, Brent and West Texas Intermediate (WTI), surged by double-digits this week, bolstered by an onslaught of geopolitical mayhem unfolding around the world.

From Monday, Brent flew up from $65 a barrel to a peak of $73, while WTI went from $61 a barrel to a peak of $67.

Which means that respectively, the two benchmarks rose an incredible 12% and 10% in a single week.

Ponder that for a moment.

Not only are we enjoying oil prices that we haven’t seen for almost half a decade, but we’ve also far surpassed my estimate of where the prices would be at the end of June.

And better yet, oil’s meteoric rise has been pulling up the energy sector as a whole by the bootstraps as a result.

As oil prices skyrocketed over the last week, the S&P 500 energy sector went up about 4.7%, and is outpacing its fellow market sectors.

However, longtime Oil & Energy Investor readers know that this isn’t the end of the 2018 price rally.

In fact, we know that oil prices flirting with $73 a barrel is just the start.

You see, there’s a crucial player working behind the scenes that is dead-set on driving oil prices to $100 or even higher.

And that increase alone would mark a 36% gain from current prices.

But this isn’t just speculation or a pipedream.

The last time these guys got directly involved in the price of oil for their own personal gain, oil prices collapsed nearly 60%.

That means, if they want oil to be $100 a barrel like we expect, there’s a good chance that they’re going to get it.

It’s a simple waiting game for this de facto OPEC leader.

However, fortunately for us, we don’t have to sit around waiting for it to happen.

You see, I’ve uncovered the perfect way to play this unprecedented situation no matter what happens.

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Sincerely,


Kent

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Most media pundits, market analysts, money managers, and investment advisors would have you think there’s no money to be made in energy.

But they couldn’t be more wrong.

See, what they won’t tell you is that… Gasoline demand is growing at record rates in both the U.S. and in China.

Massive opportunities are opening up as the U.S. becomes one of the largest exporters of oil.

And even coal holds huge profit potential as Asia’s demand for steel continues to grow.

And that is just a small snapshot of the breathtaking opportunity lurking in the energy sector right now.

With everything happening in this fortune-building sector, I wanted to reach out to you today.

You see, hearing from you, reading and answering your most burning questions is one of my favorite elements of Oil & Energy Investor.

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Over the next few weeks, I’ll be digging through everything you send to me and answering your questions as we go.

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  1. April 14th, 2018 at 19:05 | #1

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  3. Tom Spines
    April 14th, 2018 at 20:34 | #3

    It is my hunble opinion that a small % of depletion on a very large & ever increasing # of daily world bbls.is similar to H2O; most people need a daily drink.

    Therefore the real elephant in the room is depletion @ ~ 5% on 100mmbod=s 5mmbod of new oil annually necessary just to stay even???

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