With production costs rising out-of-control, there's a serious shortage taking shape around the world. Good news is, it's not permanent. This is actually a short-term swing prudent energy investors can profit from. Dr. Kent Moors explains.
It’s called the “Oklahoma Land Rush,” and it’s a fascinating story from U.S. history that I’ve related to some of you before.
It was just before noon, April 22, 1889, and tens of thousands of folks were spread across an Oklahoma hillside. Some were on horseback, others sat atop wagons and many were on foot.