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  • The New Oil Order explained for your trading!
  • The most traded commodity in the world is also the most disappointing commodity in the world. The oil industry has taken off to new heights. And by new heights I'm certainly NOT talking about revenue or prices. I'm talking about the ridiculous increase in oil production per day. Back in 1980, we had around 59 million barrels of oil produced per day. This year we have over 85 million barrels... ››› more
  • [09 November 2015]
  • Three sectors set to benefit from the growing demand for energy
  • With the oil price sitting at its current levels, it's hard to imagine growing demand for energy. But demand for energy is set to grow. So how can you profit from the growth for energy? Read on to find out… The world’s growing energy demands   Have a look at the chart below showing projected energy demand for the world until 2030…       From t... ››› more
  • [04 November 2015]
  • Could years of lower oil prices lie ahead?
  • Commodities have had it hard over the past few years. But oil managed to stand its ground, until just over a year ago that is. Since then, the oil price has slid lower and Brent crude oil struggles to trade above $50 a barrel for long periods of time. So what's going on with the oil price? And is a recovery in sight? Let's take a closer look… What’s going on with the oil price? ... ››› more
  • [29 September 2015]
  • Warning - Oil Price Crisis: Three toxic investments you must avoid in 2015
  • The oil price is down from $110 a barrel to $47 a barrel in the past seven months. I'm sure you enjoy this 57% drop in the oil price it every time you fill up your car, I certainly do… But the picture is dire for all companies that make their money from the oil sector. Layoffs, drilling shutdowns... and now bankruptcies are a real and imminent threat. On Tuesday 20 January oil-field ser... ››› more
  • [29 January 2015]
  • Don't even think about buying this one stock while oil is tanking!
  • There've been mixed emotions with the ongoing oil crash. This week, the petrol price dropped 127 cents, and everyone is over the moon! In fact, when I filled up my car, I saved a whopping R50 and I felt ecstatic. Yay! Excuse my sarcasm... But on the other hand, oil dropped an insane 59.74% from $126.69 to $51 a barrel. And now, it's starting to have a lethal impact on the oil st... ››› more
  • [07 January 2015]
  • With the oil price continuing to languish, is it time to buy oil stocks?
  • Over the past six months, the oil price has nearly halved. One of the casualties of this plunge is oil producers and other related oil stocks. So is it time to buy oil stocks? Read on to find out… A crisis in the oil sector creates investment opportunities When a commodity takes a pounding, it can present great investment opportunities for the savvy investor. Since June, the oi... ››› more
  • [22 December 2014]
  • What a lower oil price means for the world's economy and oil stocks
  • The oil price continues to ebb lower. So what impact does a lower oil price have on the global economy? And what does it means for oil stocks? And when could it be time to buy oil stocks? Let's take a closer look… A lower oil price is good news for the global economy If the oil price continues to stay at current levels, it’s good news for the world’s economy. You can view i... ››› more
  • [12 December 2014]
  • Your first step to building a winning portfolio
  • Once you've got a stockbroker sorted and how much you're going to invest, you need to start thinking about your portfolio. Before you start buying shares, you need to think about what you're actually investing in. Read on to find out how to start building your winning portfolio… Once you’ve got your preparation out of the way, like opening a stockbroking account and you know how much you’r... ››› more
  • [16 August 2013]
  • Fuel Of The Future Isn't Oil - Its Gas
  • The panic over Cyprus has kept all eyes on the Mediterranean in recent weeks. The snatching of bank deposits may have marked another major turning point in the saga of the Eurozone. But this weekend, the Med played host to another major development - a far more positive one - that hasn't drawn quite as much attention. Israel started gas production at the Tamar offshore field in the easte... ››› more
  • [04 April 2013]

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