The Situation Room: My London Meetings Approach

The Situation Room: My London Meetings Approach

by | published June 24th, 2019

Good morning, everyone, and welcome back from the weekend. It’s about to get very busy around here. This week, everything I’ll be working on is centered on my series of meetings in London and evaluating risk in the Persian Gulf region.

Tomorrow I set out for London to meet with some Middle Eastern colleagues to discuss a wide range of topics. To the extent that I can, I will be taking you along with me to listen in.

In the meantime, here’s what else I’ll be watching for the upcoming week:

1. London Meetings

I’m leaving for London on Tuesday, June 25. In preparation, I’ve been finalizing my analysis to be given there in a public appearance with Iraqi officials.

For these meetings, my responsibility has been to structure ways of reducing financial risk elements in initial energy project investments for areas surrounding Kirkuk and Mosul taken back from ISIS. I’ll be giving you more on what this means in Oil & Energy Investor on Wednesday, so keep an eye on your email inbox.

2. The Keys to my KSTs

In my downtime, I’ll be evaluating the application of Key Sequencing Trigger (KST) elements contained in my Σ Algorithm trading system to ongoing matters of geopolitical risk.

This evaluation will factor in sidebar discussions I will have surrounding my formal Iraqi presentation.

The Newest Geopolitical Jump in Oil Prices

The current situation with Iran has had the unsurprising, but not unwelcome, effect of a very nice jump in oil prices.

After last week’s Iranian attack on a U.S. military drone in the Gulf, London-set benchmark Brent shot up 5%, while West Texas Intermediate (WTI, set daily in New York) jumped 10%.

This is great news for oil stocks.

Geopolitical tensions aside, the jump in prices means a jump in stock value, and I know exactly which companies are ripe for profit.

Just click here so you can learn what they are too.



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