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Why Alternative Energy Isn't Taking It on the Chin (Despite Low Oil Prices)

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When oil prices decline, there's always an inevitable uptick in demand. The reason for this is simple: Markets tend to use more of a cheaper product. After all, when prices at the gas pump are low, a family trip across the country is much easier to plan.

This increase in oil demand has historically caused other forms of energy to stagnate.

But that just isn’t the case with the alternative energy market this time...

I'm Counting on Chaos in the Energy Sector and You Should, Too

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Are we worried about smaller players in the energy sector "just plain going out of business"? No way!

Not only are we not afraid of weaker players being swept away, we're counting on it.

Because people are forgetting about this one important nugget of information - it's what separates the average investors from the millionaires...

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...

The Truth Behind This Week's Energy Headlines

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It's been a momentous week in the oil industry...

Oil prices plunged 6%. U.S. crude stockpiles rose to record levels. The contest for market share within OPEC intensified, prompting rumors of a new oil cartel. And Europe's largest oil company settled the industry's biggest deal in at least a decade.

That's why CCTV-America brought in Dr. Kent Moors.

In the following video, Kent explains why oil price levels will rise over the long term, why oil producers aren't cutting back despite an oversupply, why the Saudis are putting pressure on OPEC, and why rumors of a new cartel are unfounded.

Plus, he shares his insights on the $70 billion Royal Dutch Shell/BG Group deal and why this won't be the only M&A deal in the near future.

Iran Nuclear "Deal" Won't Drive Oil Down

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Here at Money Morning we recently had the opportunity to sit down with Dr. Kent Moors, Money Map Press' Global Energy Strategist, for a quick chat about oil.

Kent had taken time out of his frequent world travels - scoping out the latest global energy profit developments - to stop by our HQ in Baltimore.

Here's what he told us about his "ground level" view of the real impact recent geopolitical events in Iran will have on the price of oil.

It's not what most experts think...

Demand Is Surging in the Oil Market, Pointing to Higher Prices Ahead

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As the oil market focuses on the supply side and the possibility of reaching a nuclear deal in Iran grows, something else has been developing in crude.

Worldwide demand is beginning to surge.

In fact, it's not just surging - it's accelerating. Here's why that's happening and when to look for higher prices ahead...

An Oil Price Forecast for the "New Energy Age"

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The oil price forecast calls for higher crude ahead, but not enough to save the day. The pivotal issue of the cost per barrel has taken a back seat to a more crucial issue at hand.

One that could lead to a more protracted fiscal crisis in the future. Because, while under the "old rules" oil prices could move up to meet budgetary needs.

But that's not the case anymore. Here's what it means for oil prices down the road...

What the "Yellen Effect" Ultimately Means for Oil Prices

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Janet Yellen triggered a move in oil prices on March 19. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) soared 3.7% and Brent jumped 4.4%.

The talking heads jumped on their chance respond. "Nothing the Fed Chair said indicated a retreat from any pending rate hike!" cried the pundits.

So why all the market exuberance? Here what "Yellen's Effect" really means for oil prices...

Oil Prices Are Going Higher (Big Gains Ahead)

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The prospect for oil prices in the near future looks significantly more positive. By the end of the second quarter or shortly thereafter, we believe oil prices will rise.

This is despite the recent monthly report released by the International Energy Agency (IEA) that projects a more prolonged oil glut than initially forecast.

Here is what the IEA got wrong...

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