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Every Stock on This List Will Triple the S&P 500's Returns

Here at Money Morning, we work with a team of 11 investing and market professionals who've invested real money for themselves and others over the decades they've spent in their respective fields.

In fact, as a group, these folks have close to 300 years of boots-on-the-ground experience in energy markets, global investing, precious metals and resources, technology investing and venture capital, and trading.

They've been brokers, traders, educators, engineers, soldiers, scientists, journalists, venture capitalists, government consultants, diplomats – a huge breadth of experience – and now they work for you to help make your investing more profitable.

And their recommendations have been profitable indeed.

Here are 10 of their very best picks. We always say we'll put our editors' research up against Wall Street's best anytime, and you'll see in a minute that these stocks have crushed the S&P 500's returns over the same time frame.

Here are three of the best, and you'll get a chance to check out the entire list a little further down - there's still a lot of upside left to run...


Qatar's New LNG Gamble Is About to Change Everything for U.S. Energy Exports

Last week, Qatar Petroleum announced it planned to increase production dramatically from its huge North Field in the Persian Gulf.

The increase calls for the country's gas production to climb 30% by 2024, and that's going to have a huge impact.

Qatar is currently the global leading exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG), a result of existing production from the North Field. It is also the first gas exporter in the world to put all of its gas into LNG, ending all exports via pipeline.

And the LNG market worldwide is accelerating rapidly. However, so is the expected supply over the next decade.

The Qatari increase, should the country follow through, could create an LNG glut internationally, thereby reducing the price, including for U.S. LNG exporters.

It also puts a fuse on an already very charged situation...


What I Saw at the Recent Iranian LNG Summit Is Important for All U.S. Investors

"Trust, but verify" is a well-known phrase from the Reagan era, often used by the White House back then when discussing negotiations with the Soviet Union.

But President Reagan knew he was actually adapting a much older Russian proverb – Доверяй, но проверяй ("Doveryai, no proveryai").

Such are the often strange twists in international diplomacy.

I mention this because a critical energy conference I attended last week reminded me that we may well be revisiting that territory. Territory that is, for me, familiar because of the international geopolitical arc of my career.

Unlike the Cold War, however, the United States isn't exactly dealing from a position of strength this time around.

These talks were made so much harder by America's self-inflicted wounds.

Investors run a real risk of missing out here...


This "Classic" Energy Play Is About to Make a Comeback

Not so long ago, master limited partnerships (MLPs) were the darlings of energy investors.

It's easy to see why: They paid high dividends, employed reliable, transparent business models, and they even enjoyed some unique tax advantages.

They were simply one of the very best energy investments you could make.

Then the oil and natural gas bear started. This once red-hot class of shares froze over like a Siberian winter – quickly and brutally.

But as it turns out, that fall was only temporary. A select few MLPs are about to come roaring back in a big way, and I'm going to show you how to play them...


These 7 "Debt Bomb" Companies Are Set to Explode When Rates Rise

Corporate debt bombs – companies that have over-borrowed because of historically low interest rates – will be at a much greater risk of exploding when the Federal Reserve starts raising interest rates over the next couple of years.

These companies were OK as long as rates stayed low, but now the Fed is telegraphing its intent to raise rates to 1% next year and 2% in 2018.

And those Fed rate hikes will light the fuse on these seven corporate debt bombs...