Here’s How to Play the Next Oil Wave

by | published September 20th, 2018

Crude oil prices are rising again.

Much to the relief of oil investors.

The rise has been reflected both by the West Texas Intermediate (WTI), the benchmark used for futures contracts set on New York, and Brent, the equivalent set daily in London.

As of close of trade yesterday – which happens at 2:30 for oil – WTI was at $71.12 a barrel, the highest since July 10. Meanwhile, Brent closed slightly higher at $79.23.

I have previously addressed the main reasons for why the price is moving up here in Oil and Energy Investor, and for some time now, the supply side of the market balance has been tightening.

Thanks to this, there is something interesting stirring in the oil sector – something that manifested in a recommendation to my Energy Inner Circle premium subscribers not 24 hours ago.

I don’t often do this, but this is a fast-track recommendation I’m including in Oil & Energy Investor today, because you’re not going to want to miss out on this

What Trump’s China Tariffs Could Do to Your LNG Stocks

by | published September 18th, 2018

One of the nice things about investing in the energy sector is that you can make money regardless of the direction in which the sector actually moves.

This is something that can’t be said for many other industries, that’s for certain.

On the other hand, energy is highly influenced by worldwide events, which often increase both volatility and the perception of risk.

Especially if those events have a narrow political focus.

This latest influencer just cost me most of the weekend as members of my global network went into overdrive parsing a few things:

  • An expected White House decision,
  • The likely foreign reaction, and
  • Where opportunities would emerge as a result.

All of this came to a head late yesterday afternoon when our Commander-in-Chief escalated the ongoing tariff war.

And here’s what that means for the oil and gas sector