Dwindling Oil Surplus Fires Up Prices

Crude oil stockpiles are going down at a time of year when they usually build up. In this video, I tell you about where I think prices are going next.

Yours for trading profits,

Sean

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P.S. And once you’re done watching my video, make sure you also take some time to view Rudy Martin’s latest web presentation. In it, Rudy tells you which particular emerging markets countries — and what specific companies — he’s targeting.

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P.S. And once you’re done watching my video, make sure you also take some time to view Bryan Rich’s latest web presentation! As Bryan explains, everything you own is currently at risk of being devalued by central bankers … but there ARE some terrific investments you can use to protect what you already have AND go for substantial profits as things unfold.

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P.S. And once you’re done watching my video, make sure you also take some time to view Mike Larson’s latest web presentation. As Mike explains, everything from municipal meltdowns to failed Fed policies are lining up to create substantial new risks this year … but there are also some very simple steps you can take to protect your portfolio and go for big profits as things unfold.

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Your thoughts on “Dwindling Oil Surplus Fires Up Prices”

  1. There’s less than one year’s worth of recoverable oil in the Bakkans. Reserves are 5 billion barrels, USA uses over 7 billion a year. World demand is increasing. The day of oil gloom and doom is coming.

  2. Sean, what about the oil being produced in the Bakkans ND, Mont. etc. More oil than the Mid-East combined. My friend, it’s being sold to Japan, etc. not to the good old usa. Check up on it. Thanks.

  3. I am am an exploration geologist working the Bighorn Basin of Wyoming. We are planning to drill some wildcat wells on anticlines. Check out Fossil Anticline Prospect on Google to see what an oil prospect looks like.

  4. Hi Sean ~
    Thanks for all your information I’m invested heavily in oil There must be
    some reason our government is waiting to extract our own supply from our land
    Maybe when we pay 10 bucks a gallon they’ll begin ! Feel free to log on to the web
    I’ve listed to see just how much oil we actually have Everyone should be SUPRISED ! !

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Sean travels far and wide to seek out small-cap values in the natural resource sector. His journey started in New England. As a youth he worked on Mt. Washington, on the cog railroad that runs to the summit.