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Crude Oil ETF Investing Tips

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Thanks to expiring oil rigs and lower supply, oil prices are heading toward $73 by mid-summer.

That means it's time to consider crude oil ETF investing if you want get in on the profits from the price rebound.

Here's everything you need to know about crude oil ETFs...

The Beginner's Guide to Investing in Oil

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Investing in oil can be a daunting venture for both professional and individual investors.

But prices are expected to be in the $60 to $73 range by mid-July - meaning now is the perfect time to jump into the oil trade.

Here are two different ways to begin investing in oil as it moves higher in 2015...

3 Charts Show How Overvalued Some Oil Stocks Have Become

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The price of oil has climbed sharply in the last month. As of April 17, futures of WTI oil were priced as high as $56.81. That's a gain of more than 29% from their $44.03 bottom from mid-March.

Investors trying to play rebounding prices have flooded into oil stocks in the last month.

But investors trying to buy in now are looking at highly overvalued stocks. And these three charts show why...

Is Now the Time to Buy an Oil Index ETF?

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WTI crude oil prices climbed over $56 per barrel this week for the first time in 2015. Now investors are looking for the best way to play rebounding oil prices, and many are buying into an oil index ETF.

At this week's high, crude oil prices are now up 28% from the lows they hit in early March.

But this is not the best time to buy into an oil index ETF.

Here's a look at several oil index ETFs and the key points that many investors miss

Why This Popular Crude Oil ETF Is Not the Best Way to Play the Rebound

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Oil prices are on the rise to end March. On March 26 WTI oil hit a high of $52.46. That's a 19% climb from the lows it hit just two weeks ago.

And as the price of oil rises, shares of the United States Oil Fund LP (NYSE: USO) are climbing too. The crude oil ETF is up 9% since March 18.

You see, investors are flooding into this oil ETF as a way to play rebounding oil prices.

But for long-term investors, buying shares of this crude oil ETF is not a good strategy for playing oil's rebound. And there is one big reason why...

"Non-Oil" Energy Investment Is Exploding

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"Non-oil" energy investments have become incredibly attractive. Smart money is pouring in. There are two keys to a winning "non-oil" investment approach.

One has to do with technical breakthroughs, while the other revolves around increasing the efficiency of the end-usage.

Both involve impressive profit opportunities. Here's everything you need to know...

How to Invest in Oil Stocks as Prices Dip

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The price of oil has slipped consistently since June, dragging most oil stocks down with it.

In June, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) hit a three-year high of $103.66 per barrel. By Tuesday, it closed at its lowest price in more than three years, at $77.19.

Here's a look at the oil stocks that should be avoided when prices are low, and some that are presenting excellent buying opportunities now...

This Texas Play Has All the Components of a Massive Energy Investing Winner

Kent Moors

Marina and I returned home from Houston late Wednesday night. After trips to London and Mexico City, we were tired to say the least... but also very excited.

That's because our latest trip allowed us to spend several days visiting the initial drilling sites for Money Map Project #1 in South and East Texas.

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The Five Biggest Oil Investing Trends of 2014

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The global oil market in 2013 was dominated by geopolitical disruptions, a huge boom in U.S. domestic production, and double-digit gains for energy investors. As a group, energy stocks rose 18%. And a handful of the quality shares, including several recommended by Dr. Kent Moors, doubled.

But the next 12 months could be even better…

Finding the Best Energy Investments: Intel from Rio de Janeiro

aerial view; of Corcovado, 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.

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Oil Stocks: This Disconnect Spells Even Bigger Profits

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Hardly anybody is talking about this. The world's two oil benchmarks are moving in opposite directions. The price of crude in New York is going south, while the price in London is heading north. It's a rare disconnect that can lead directly to profits -

You need to make your move before everyone else realizes what's happening...

China Gets Hungry for Arctic Oil

The temptation of exploiting Arctic oil has drawn China to the global race – and these strategic moves could put the aggressive country in the lead.


The Misunderstood Link Between Oil, Natural Gas and Inflation

Energy prices, particularly oil and natural gas, are no longer a direct driver of inflation. Oil and gas prices have been resilient in the absence of inflation.

The deeper reason for the upward move in prices has been the Fed's easy money and low interest rate policies.

Oil and gas are giving investors greater leverage to make profits in upcoming market gyrations. Dr. Kent Moors explains.<

How to Invest in Oil in 2013: The New U.S. Profit Plays

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The latest annual Statistical Review of World Energy from energy giant BP PLC pointed out how the U.S. energy landscape has changed in just a few short years - which changes how to invest in oil for maximum profits.

In the Review, BP said that the expansion of both oil and natural gas production in the United States was the fastest in the world in 2012.

In fact, U.S. oil production in 2012 grew at the quickest pace since BP began keeping track of the global oil scene in 1965.

The increase of about one million barrels per day was due, of course, to the exploitation of unconventional sources such as shale and tight oil.

Pair the increasing production numbers with where oil prices will be trading in the near term, and we get a clearer picture of how to invest in oil in 2013... here's why.

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A 795,000 Mile Long Pipeline to Big Energy Profits

At the request of a major player in oil and gas pipelines, I was given a major task.

I had to estimate how much of the U.S gas and oil infrastructure needs to be replaced by 2025.

Then I needed to estimate the extent of additional connectors that would be needed to handle new domestic hydrocarbon developments.

And you thought Super Bowl Sunday was a lot of pressure.

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