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Outlook For Oil In 2012: Why Investors Should Expect $150 Oil Prices and How To Profit (USO, PBR, XOP, CHK, SU)

December 15th, 2011

Jason Simpkins: 2011 was an up-and-down year for oil prices (NYSEARCA:USO), but don’t expect that pattern to repeat in 2012. No, next year, the trajectory for oil prices will be far more linear – and it’s pointed up. In fact, we could even see $150 oil by mid-summer. Read more…

NYSE:DBO, NYSE:OIL, NYSE:USO, NYSE:XES, NYSE:XOP

ETF Investors: The (New) Truth About Oil (USO, UCO, OIH, ERX, ERY)

August 18th, 2011

Dr. Kent Moors:  Traditionally, demand levels would determine the overall condition of the oil market. Supply (and the investment required for that supply) would be based upon what demand told us. Read more…

NYSE:ERX, NYSE:ERY, NYSE:OIH, NYSE:UCO, NYSE:USO

Investors: Two Easy Ways To Save Your Wealth From 1970s-Style Stagflation

August 18th, 2011

Sean Hyman:  The year was 1973. I was just a toddler, so I couldn’t fully appreciate the next-generation Camaro that had just come out or the release of the new Pontiac Firebird Formula. Read more…

NYSE:FXC, NYSE:OIL, NYSE:UGA, NYSE:USO, NYSE:UUP




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