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The Easiest Way to Find the Richest Oil & Gas Plays

Multiples are one of the most popular "yardsticks" when it comes to finding undervalued oil and gas stocks to buy.

More often than not, that involves a hard look at the multiple of a company's earnings to determine whether or not a stock is fairly valued.

In the case of energy stocks, however, there is a more important multiple you need to understand. Much more important, in fact, and more reliable, too.

I generally use it to target oil and natural gas stocks, although the "yardstick" can be tweaked to apply to power producers, and even coal and uranium miners.

It's a way to cut through some of the fast and loose "games" management can play with its reserves, too, and to get a more accurate feel for a company's booked reserves and its trading price.

Ultimately, my yardstick takes into consideration the extractable reserves a company has in the ground and opens up a window into how that stock should trade.

I've used this measure time and again to bring home market-beating double- and triple-digit wins.

Once you understand how to use this yardstick, you can too.

It's easy - here's how it works...


How Iran's Gas Plans Just Put Russia "Under Siege"

Not everybody attending the Iranian natural gas summit last week in Frankfurt was there for the same reason.

While most were gauging the prospects for an opening of major natural gas reserves and liquefied natural gas (LNG) export prospects, others were there for quite different reasons.

Take the three representatives from Russia's gas giant Gazprom (OGZPY), for example. They weren't there to scout new investment packages. On the contrary…

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The Billion-Dollar Natural Gas Frenzy America Will Miss Out On

One thing emerged clearly during my four days of meetings with the Iranians in Frankfurt last week. There is now enough European support to allow Iran to move forward with some of the biggest natural gas and LNG (liquefied natural gas) projects in a decade.

There are still long negotiations ahead, with considerable risk assessment necessary throughout the design and implementation stages.

Some of these projects will never see the light of day because, the risk factor will simply be too high. That's despite the impressive bottom line potential here. You see, these deals will likely provide access to deeply discounted natural resources.

Both the governments in London and Berlin have announced intentions to increase business dealings with Tehran.

And major energy companies such as French Total SA (TOT) and Anglo-Dutch Royal Dutch Shell plc (RDS-A/RDS-B) are now well into what they hope will be multi-billion-dollar natural gas and LNG projects.

There's just one stumbling block left…

The U.S.

Here's why… and how much it could hurt us…

How To Invest in Natural Gas Using LNG Shipping Stocks

The boom in the natural gas industry and its stocks has been incredible, and the fundamental strength of the story continues to attract investors, leading them to ask for the best ways on how to invest in natural gas. There's little doubt that demand for natural gas will continue its rise. The International Energy Agency […]

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Three Natural Gas Penny Stocks to Watch in 2014

There has been a rising interest in natural gas penny stocks as investors seek to take advantage of profit-netting commodities. Natural gas prices have gone up recently outside the U.S., and the country has been looking to export its booming reserves to emerging markets like China and India, where there is ever more demand for […]

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Here' s a Closer Look at Five Top Natural Gas Penny Stocks

Penny stocks are small companies that tend to have highly speculative and illiquid stocks; they are high risk, but can also offer great returns. The energy sector has been on the rise recently with the gradual increase in natural gas prices, making right now a great time to invest in natural gas penny stocks. Here […]

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Brazil's Petrobras Agrees to Invest up to $1 Billion in Bolivian Natural Gas Projects 

By Mike Caggeso Associate Editor Bolivia's state-run oil company, YPF Bolivianos, will get up to a $1 billion investment for local natural-gas projects from Brazil's state-run oil company, Petroleo Brazileiro SA (PBR), also called Petrobras. The deal – signed by the presidents of both South American countries – calls for $750 million to $1 billion […]

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