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...
"The Best Opportunity of the Decade"
From the Editor: You're receiving special access to Private Briefing today because it contains a crucial conversation between Bill and Dr. Kent Moors, who uncovered the massive new energy demand source you've been hearing about. This particular briefing details one of the longer-term beneficiaries in the natural gas space...In this column, we're keeping that promise...
Why It's Time to Invest in Energy, Today's "Must Have" Market
Investing in stocks like these can be risky if the timing is wrong. That's especially true now, when U.S. budget battles can trigger stock market volatility that sends trend-based stocks like Facebook into a free fall.
Instead, investors should look at low-risk, high-gain "must-have" markets.Here's one sector that every country on the planet will be pouring money into for decades to come...
The Big (and Profitable) Changes in MLPs
From the Editor: Shares of MarkWest Energy Partners (NYSE: MWE) are up 63% since Kent recommended them in Energy Advantage. Genesis Energy LP (Nasdaq: GEL) is up 71%. But the MLP market is about to get much more interesting, according to Kent. That's why he's targeting the "clones" now...
From the tax advantages to their high-paying yields, it's hard to beat the returns of a Master Limited Partnership (MLP).
And the good news for us is that this market is about to heat up again, especially when it comes to energy-based MLPs.
You see, the shape and focus of these MLPs is changing fast and for the better - even though it hasn't drawn much attention outside of these pages quite yet.
However, don't expect all of this to remain under the radar for too much longer.
In fact, new "MLP clones" are beginning to emerge that are going to hand us some interesting investment options in the coming months.For MLP investors, what is about to hit is really something quite new...
Best Stocks to Buy Now: A Money Morning Weekly Review
The U.S. Federal Reserve was also in the spotlight, and Twitter took center stage once again as we learned of the micro-blogging site's target IPO date.To continue reading, please click here...
Best Investments in Natural Gas: This New Demand Source Is Changing Everything
[Editor's Note: Subscribers of Dr. Kent Moors' free Oil & Energy Investor service received this article Oct. 8. The energy sector offers you some of today's best investment opportunities that will thrive even if Washington's budget shenanigans derail our economic recovery. Read Moors' latest analysis below - and sign up to stay up to date on the sector's biggest profits.]
As we have discussed on several occasions, there is a revolution occurring on the demand side in natural gas. No fewer than five major advances are hitting that will ramp up the requirements for this fuel source.
It's a development every investor should know about because it pushes new names on to the list of today's best investments in natural gas.This is creating a rare opportunity for energy investors...
The Most Unlikely Beneficiary of the Natural Gas Boom
An array of energy's sub-industries are making a fortune from America's natural gas boom.
Rigs, pipelines, rail, wastewater treatment, trucking, seismic imaging, well-site security... And a lot more opportunity is on the way, like the deal Kent just uncovered.
But perhaps the most unlikely beneficiary of the shale revolution is the coal industry.
After all, "King Coal" has been dethroned in recent years by the swelling supply - and bargain prices - of clean-burning natural gas. Indeed, thermal coal at the Australian port of Newcastle, the Asian benchmark price, is currently near lows not seen since November 2009.
Australian producers have especially been struggling. They've been cutting costs and paring back production because U.S. and large project financiers like the World Bank are pulling away from coal projects.
And overall, ever-increasing environmental regulation is discouraging coal-powered electricity.
But the dynamic is suddenly changing.That's why these $19 coal shares could jump to $26...
How to Invest in California's Monterey Shale
Back in the times of the California gold rush, people didn't need to work out how to invest in the bonanza. They simply grabbed some basic mining gear and headed up into the hills.
Today California is the home of yet another wealth-creating boom - the oil contained within the Monterey Shale formation.
As Mark Twain once said, "History does not repeat itself, but it does rhyme."To continue reading, please click here...
The Best Investments in Energy: It's Time to Play These 7 Picks Now
But looking back at a previous boom - the California Gold Rush of 1849 - gives investors a good clue about where prospects might be better.
During the gold rush, many miners ran up into the mountains seeking riches. Few succeeded. But those who opened up shops that sold the picks, shovels, and other mining equipment made a fortune.