Posts Tagged ‘oil’


Geopolitics is back. As 2015 begins, political conflict among the world’s great powers is in play more than at any time since the end of the Cold War. US relations with Russia are fully broken. China is charting its own course. The ties that bind Europe are fraying on multiple fronts. Others–Gulf Arabs, Brazil, India–are hedging their plans and alliances in reaction to increasing geopolitical uncertainty.

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US demand for oil grew by more than China’s last year for the first time since 1999 according to the International Energy Agency, in a startling indication of how abundant energy supplies are driving economic resurgence in America.

The IEA – the rich world’s energy club whose forecasts are the gold standard for the energy market – said US oil demand grew by 390,000 barrels a day or 2 per cent last year, reversing years of steady decline.

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Warren Buffett Bets on Big Oil. Is Exxon (NYSE: XOM) a Buy? (Monday, November 18th, 2013)

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America is the strongest nation on Earth, but we depend on foreign energy suppliers. In fact, we import more oil than any other country. This is our crucial weakness as a superpower.

Now that is changing big-time in ways that are good for America and bad for China. And this change offers you extraordinary investment opportunities.

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…. Five years ago, we were talking about the consequences of becoming dependent on imported natural gas. Now we’re talking about whether we should export natural gas. Oil consumption, which seemed like it would go up forever, has fallen steadily over the last seven years. And renewable energy production has doubled at the same time, in part because of government support but in part because of some pretty radical declines in cost that people didn’t anticipate ….

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Cum, pe ce cale si cine ne aduce inflatia … ?! Iata ce spune Milton Friedman:

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Shares to buy for investors willing to take risks!

Statistics show that the price multiples values registered by the companies listed on the Bucharest market rather place them in the area of underdeveloped business.

It is clear that domestic uncertainties, grafted over a not very promising international situation, fully justifies such an approach. A courageous player and willing to take risks will see, however in the discount on which they are traded, not necessarily the risks… but especially the opportunities to win.

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The publisher of The Gartman Letter thinks gold is becoming the world’s No. 2 reserve asset, that OPEC will outlast the euro, but that ultimately, nothing is more important than agriculture.

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