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The Natural Gas Budget Shortfall

by Dr. Kent Moors | published May 4th, 2012

Kent is here in Baltimore busy shooting an upcoming project with Money Map Press Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald and author Chris Martenson. He asked me to step in and supply today's OEI column. And I knew immediately what I wanted...

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Mailbag: A Timeline for the Natural Gas Revolution

by Dr. Kent Moors | published February 22nd, 2012

The energy markets are really heating up right now.

With gasoline prices surging to historic highs and natural gas prices falling to historic lows, we’ve gotten many questions lately from subscribers wondering about the best ways to play the energy markets.

So, I want to take the time right now to answer a great question I got about natural gas last week, and, in the process, provide you with a timeline for you to profit on the coming “natural” revolution.

Remember, if you have a question or a comment of your own, be sure to register below and type your thoughts into the box. We’d love to hear from you.

Q: Can you give us a timeline as to when gas will be in such great demand? What is “long term” as you put it for our investments? Thank you for your expertise on the gas and oil investments. ~ Jere R.

If you watch CNBC or any of the other financial news channels, you’re probably hearing a lot about the opportunity to invest in natural gas. They’re chatting up natural gas vehicles, pipeline companies, and anyone else who is pulling this stuff out of the ground.

But what they don’t discuss are the fundamentals. And if you are too swept up in the hype to acknowledge them yourself, you could miss out on some of the best opportunities to invest.

That’s why I chatted with Kent about this question last week, to get his take.

What we want to evaluate is natural gas’ long-term prospects.

And the reality is, natural gas has a very bright future in the United States.

Kent argues that the crux to increasing gas demand will be realized from four events.

Three Ducks in Little Rock (Why They Matter)

by Dr. Kent Moors | published September 30th, 2011

Legend has it that one weekend some 80 years ago, Frank Schutt, then the general manager of the famed Peabody Hotel in Memphis, had gone duck-hunting in Arkansas with some good ole’ boys. They had been imbibing a bit too much Tennessee sippin’ whiskey. And on their return, Frank thought it would be funny to put their live decoy ducks (it was legal back then for hunters to use live decoys) in a beautiful fountain – smack dab in the middle of the hotel’s lobby.

Three small English call ducks were chosen for the prank.

But the ducks soon became so famous, they stayed. They’re still there.

Every afternoon at 5, the duck master comes out to a crowd of onlookers and marches the three residents from their fountain to their residence, only to return – to much fanfare – the next morning.

In the intervening years, the traditions extended to other Peabodys. Today, it continues at only a few. The gorgeous high-lobbied edifice in Little Rock is one of them.

That’s where I was yesterday, giving the annual keynote address to the Arkansas Independent Producers & Royalty Owners Organization.

These are the oil and gas operating companies that work to bring up both conventional and unconventional (mainly shale gas) volume in the state.

With cameras at the ready, a crowd of people swarmed together in the hotel lobby that morning.

But not to hear me.

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