best energy investments 2013
We've already made good money playing publically traded oil and gas companies.
125% on Cheniere... 200% on Halliburton... 210% on Western Refining... 542% on Westport Innovations... 300% on Golar LNG...
And given energy's across-the-board potential, our focus on growth isn't going to change.
In fact, it's about to expand.
Something huge just slipped under the radar.
It was so significant that it promises to change how you think about investing forever - especially in oil and gas.
A late-summer change in the rules now allows for expanded access by retail investors into the lucrative world of venture capital.
It's called direct investment, and it goes far beyond just buying stocks, bonds, and options...
It opens up the potential for all of us to make some serious money. It really is a whole new ballgame.
And for you, it starts this Thursday - perhaps even sooner. (I'll let you know.)Like I said, this is huge...
Finding the Best Energy Investments: Intel from Rio de Janeiro
If this is Thursday, it must be...Brazil.
I returned home late last night from Baltimore where we were putting the final touches on one of the best energy investments yet, a huge new precedent-setting play we'll be releasing very shortly.
But my wife Marina and I are now into a very hectic travel schedule.To continue reading, please click here...
How to Invest in the Global Shale Oil and Gas Boom
The North American shale oil and gas boom is fascinating Americans with its stunning potential, as it propels U.S. oil production to the highest level since May 1989.
It is also creating a formidable profit-making opportunity for those who know how to invest in this burgeoning industry.The best opportunities now are in places where the shale energy boom is just getting started...
How to Find the Best Investments in Shale Oil
Let's start the hunt by looking at where oil production is accelerating the most.
After 40 Years, a New Dawn for America
After 40 years of empty promises, the prospect of U.S. energy independence has finally become a real part of the national conversation.
In fact, if current production trends continue, the United States will overtake Saudi Arabia and Russia as the world's largest oil producer in 2017, according to both the U.S. Energy Information Administration and the International Energy Agency.