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Private capital is POURING into midstream stocks in energy (think pipelines/infrastructure). Since the start of 2018 private equity or pension fund backed midstream and infrastructure transactions total almost $10 billion. The list of transactions includes: Wolf Midstream’s purchase from MEG Energy (MEG-TSX), KKR buying from Meritage Midstream, SCV acquiring Paramount’s (POU-TSX)...
Every once in awhile, it ALL comes together for a stock.The right timing, the right people, the right market, the right assets, the right strategy—it all happens at once.That’s happening right now for an incredibly talented management team headed by Simon Marcotte, Victor Cantore and Adree DeLazzer.Each of these three people...
BAM BAM RESOURCES BBR-CSE / NPEZF-OTC IS MY FAVOURITE COPPER EXPLORATION STOCK--RIGHT NOW!! NOTE-BAM BAM Resources just announced a 3-for-1 stock split to take effect in February.  That means I am buying THREE shares for every one I buy today.  This will increase liquidity in the stock and...
By Alex Grant It’s still a nuclear winter for junior lithium stocks—especially for the South American salar (evaporation) projects—but a very different kind of project has been heating up in North America. Surprisingly, they are deep, hot brine plays, which didn’t get much attention during the lithium bull run of 2016-2017....
Who said Chinese commodity demand was dead? Through the first three months of 2016 China imported 75.2 million gallons of ethanol from the United States.  That is more ethanol than the 70.5 million gallons China imported from the US for all of 2015!  Ethanol is used around the world as...
Many small exploration and production (E&P) companies could still be worthless even if oil prices rise next year according to RBC Capital Markets.  RBC’s recent energy note—Surviving The Downdraft--looked at the prospects for 29 US and Canadian small cap stocks. They are what I call The Zombie Stocks—The Walking Dead. ...
Everyone thinks energy stocks are doing really poorly.  But look at the charts of these energy companies—they’re at 52 week highs: They’re kind of similar aren’t they?  That’s because they belong to the same energy sub-sector. There are three main sub-sectors in energy: Upstream – the oil and gas producers and service...
My personal portfolio is always 100% oil and gas—except for this one stock. When I heard how revenue is soaring at this company—in a multi-billion dollar industry that is one of the fastest growing in all of North America—I rushed to visit management. They confirmed what I had been hearing—that they...