Editor's Note:  In 2010, offshore drilling stocks got crushed. A lot of that had to do with the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.  But that tragedy also opened the door for investors to buy into big names like Transocean -- at a major discount -- which would later offer opportunities...
I have been actively buying and selling in the portfolio last week, and informing subscribers of new investment ideas has kept me away from the blog more than usual.  But a chart I follow caught my attention this weekend and I think it could help investors determine the next...
The North American oil market is going through a fundamental change that will affect the price of oil for the rest of this decade—fast-rising shale oil supplies from North Dakota and Texas. (Other shale oil plays will contribute as well, but none will come close to the revolution happening in...
The oil market is greatly underestimating what has just happened. The Green Light for oil profits was turned on yesterday by US President Trump. I’m going to take advantage of it…. will you? Back during his Presidential campaign, Donald Trump repeatedly referred to the 2015 Iran Nuclear Deal (The Joint Comprehensive...
How to Find and Play the 10-Baggers Abroad - Part 1 What were the oil stocks that made me the biggest profits in 2010? It was junior oil stocks with international plays.  Companies like Xcite Energy (XEL-TSXv) that went from 62 cents to $6 last year with a heavy oil play...
In Part 1 of our story on Turkey, contributing editor Jen Alic reviewed the country's intriguing onshore and offshore oil potential. Today in Part 2, we'll look at where the Big Prize lies:  the Dadas Shale—a huge unconventional shale play—and which Canadian-listed junior producers may be best positioned in this emerging...
One of the (most profitable) things I do for subscribers is stay on top of all the new shale plays popping up all over the world. While shale oil and gas are widespread in North America, the global shale revolution is just starting — but is sure to continue for...
Falcon Oil and Gas is in a “Catch-22” situation in Australia.  In fact, you could argue that natural gas consumers down the entire east side of the country is in the same “Catch-22”. A “Catch-22”—the name of the famous 1961 book by Joseph Heller—is “a dilemma or difficult circumstance from...