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This $600 Million Event Shows Why Oil Prices Won't Stay Below $30 for Long

Oil prices tumbled below the $30 mark today after a bearish IEA report sent investors running for the hills.

But there's one crucial reason why crude oil is staging a rebound.

In fact, a $600 million signal flashed last week that clearly shows prices are about to see long-term gains...

This $600 Million Oil Market Shift Is the Biggest Signal the Crunch Is Over

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Oil "sages" everywhere are now calling for $40 to $50 a barrel of oil by mid-year, calling on vague rumors of a Saudi-Russia production deal, costly shale oil producers collapsing, or the energy debt crisis as proof.

But they're overlooking one crucial thing - the main signal that oil prices are turning around. You see, the largest move of its kind ever just took place in oil markets... $600 million worth in one day.

Pundits may have missed it, but that doesn't mean you have to. It's a clear sign that oil prices are turning around - and that it's time for you to get back in the game...

Falling Oil Prices Are Making This "Middleman" Company Rich

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The drop in oil prices over the last year has lost oil companies billions of dollars.

But there's one company banking huge profits from oil's free fall.

In fact, it just posted a 14% increase in revenue thanks to the volatile commodity.

Saudi Arabia's Oil "Proposal" – Here's What's Really Going On

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Last week, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak claimed that Saudi Arabia had proposed a 5% cut in oil production.

That set the oil price roller coaster off and running, with crude prices shooting up to levels not seen in a month.

There is only one problem. My contacts in OPEC and Saudi Arabia tell me that things look very different behind the scenes.

Here's what's really going on...

Oil Prices Are Tightly Correlated to Stocks – But for a Different Reason Than Before

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Oil prices and the stock market are in lockstep right now.

The correlation between Brent crude oil prices and the S&P 500 is at its highest level since 1990.

And there's one reason why the two have been moving in tandem with one another lately...

Will Oil Prices Rise in 2016?

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The biggest question on every investor's mind right now is, "Will oil prices rise in 2016?"

That's because oil prices are having their biggest impact on the broader market in nearly three decades.

This chart shows the distinct correlation between oil and the S&P 500 right now...

Crude Oil Prices Today Fall 2.5% to Break Two-Day Streak

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Crude oil prices today fell in the wake of the deadly East Coast blizzard over the weekend.

But don't let today's decline scare you away from the energy sector's profit potential.

That's because there are five other energy "bright spots" that offer strong investment opportunities in 2016...

A Barrel of WTI Crude Oil Now Costs Less Than the Actual Barrel

WTI crude oil prices sank below $28.20 a barrel today - making the oil in the barrel cheaper than the barrel holding it.

That's just one of many surprising items more expensive than the price of oil today.

Here's a non-comprehensive list of items selling at a premium to a barrel of oil right now...

WTI Crude Oil Falls Today Following Lifted Sanctions

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WTI crude oil continued its month-long spiral today in response to the lifting of Iran's economic sanctions over the weekend.

Despite the ongoing oil "crunch," investors shouldn't run away from the energy sector just yet.

Here are some ways you can make money from today's oil price movement...

Why Is Crude Oil Down to $29.56 Today?

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Crude oil prices plummeted below the critical $30 mark today as investors remain concerned over Iran's oil operations.

Today's monster sell-off comes ahead of a report from the IAEA on the state of Iran's nuclear program.

But there's one reason why Iranian oil won't hit the market anytime soon...

Why Energy Supply Is the New Geopolitical Weapon of Choice

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It used to be that a geopolitical crisis would spike energy prices - primarily crude oil - merely by showing up.

The idea was that any uncertainty in global cross-border affairs would adversely impact the availability of energy. In turn, that reduced energy supply would usually prompt a spike in oil prices.

These days, unless an event has an almost direct danger of bringing actual overall aggregate supply into question, it has no effect. But there's a new geopolitical "weapon of choice"...

Why the WTI Crude Oil Price Is Up Today – January 2016

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The WTI crude oil price today broke above $31 for the first time in two days thanks to a rally in Chinese markets.

China’s performance today gave investors hope that demand will keep growing for the largest oil buyer in the world.

Here’s what you need to know about today’s significant price movement…

These Are the Best Oil Stocks to Buy When Prices Are Near $30

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With oil prices currently at 12-year lows, it's tough to find good companies to invest in.

But the best oil stocks to buy right now come from one special subsector of the energy industry.

That's because this subsector is in the prime position to profit as oil prices bottom out and rebound in 2016...

WTI Crude Oil Price Today Drops 5.6% to 12-Year Low

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The WTI crude oil price fell to 12-year lows after China’s stock market saw another miserable trading session.

Oil continues to suffer from China’s volatility, which includes another 5.3% drop in the Shanghai Composite.

But there’s another international event also shaking up the oil market…

We Just Got Another Bullish Crude Oil Price Prediction from This Oil Giant

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Most crude oil price predictions for 2016 are overwhelmingly bearish.

Both Goldman and Morgan Stanley forecast oil to hit $20 a barrel sometime this year - down more than 35% from its current price.

But the head of the third most valuable oil and gas company in the world thinks differently...