For more than two years, we've been hearing pundits say "Oil's going to stay lower for longer."
And Kent has consistently said oil prices may be depressed, but that eventually we'd see market balance, which would provide higher and higher "floors" from which crude prices can move up.
But, according to Kent, that's only part of the story.
That's why he was asked to appear on the China Global Television Network - to discuss whether this rise is connected to events in Saudi Arabia, or U.S. oil exports, or something else entirely.
Because, as Kent will tell you, the biggest crude oil profits go to investors with the best grasp of the complete market picture.