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Why the WTI Crude Oil Price Is Climbing Today

The WTI crude oil price rallied higher today as investors remain hopeful ahead of next month's output freeze meeting.

But one OPEC country refuses to take part in next month's summit.

And according to Moors, this country now singlehandedly controls the future of oil prices...


Here's What Has London's Wealthiest Oil Kingpins So Fired Up

Just one thing is clearly on the minds of every money kingpin in London… the current "breakout" in oil prices.

WTI is up 53.4% for the year, while Brent is up 34.5%. You might be wondering where this breakout is coming from, since oil supply hasn't changed much since December.

It won't be long before these players are going to make a lot of money on this, and we'll have our chance, too...


Why the U.S. Crude Oil Price Soared After the Fed's Decision

Fed Chair Janet Yellen's seemingly harmless interest rate decision is sending the U.S. crude oil price soaring.

Crude oil prices always shoot higher when the Federal Reserve leaves rates unchanged.

But there are two other fundamental factors that will lift oil prices over the long term...


A Single Country Now Controls the Future of Oil Prices

After a hefty rise of 46.9% for the month through close last Friday, WTI crude fell for two consecutive sessions to start the week.

As always, pundits with no real experience in the industry will blame the "glut" – but excess supply on its own is not responsible for today's oil conundrum.

Instead, the key factor in how people regard the market and anticipate oil prices today is guaranteed excess supply.

And the actions of a single country will now decide whether that guarantee will remain...


One of the Best Oil Stocks to Buy Now

Finding profitable oil stocks to buy now can be difficult in this low price environment.

But identifying profitable oil stocks is just as important as identifying dangerous ones.

Here are the companies you should avoid this year, followed by one of our "best oil stocks to buy now" picks for 2016...


Why the WTI Crude Oil Price Is Down Today

Iran is OPEC's black sheep, and the WTI crude oil price isn't responding well to its revolt.

Prices fell after Iran stated it wouldn't join the effort to freeze production and raise prices.

But there are two consequences of this low price climate that will offer a number of long-term opportunities...


Why WTI Crude Oil Prices Are Down Today

The world's largest oil producers are getting cold feet, and West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil prices are feeling it.

Prices are falling on news that a meeting among OPEC and non-OPEC producers is unlikely to happen.

But that doesn't mean you can't profit from oil's 2016 turnaround...


Oil Prices Will More Than Double by 2017

Oil prices have gone through one of the worst oil crashes in modern history.

But we believe oil prices will more than double their current value by 2017.

Watch this video to find out what's going to fuel this historic rebound in oil prices...


Why the WTI Crude Oil Price Today Hit a 2016 High

After one of the most volatile starts to a year ever, the WTI crude oil price seems to have finally stabilized.

Oil prices today were bolstered by statements from the UAE energy minister and the declining U.S. rig count.

And there are three ways to profit from oil's long-term rebound in 2016...


The Oil Sector's "Other Shoe" Just Dropped

The "other shoe" is dropping for the oil sector, and it's going to affect each and every one of us.

This ripple effect will extend to much more than just oil and gas.

And it looms as an ongoing concern, one that is likely to have a longer-lasting effect than the price of oil itself - unless, that is, there is a reversal of trajectory.