This article points to the latest data and trends indicating that the US economy will grow less than its potential due to the demographics of its people (resources). The sum...
The oil crash of 2014 is one of the biggest asset devaluations in economic history and since the financial crash in 2008 which was the last time oil was at $40 per barrel. The lesson learn from that era was to buy good assets at bargain prices. Some questions we need to answer to profit from this market.
- Can prices recover to pre-oil crash levels?
- What is the time duration for profitability?
- How to profit in this market?
Many experts believe the prices will recover to some pre-crash level due to the overall use of oil in all facets of the world economy. Most believe the price of oil will rise to a range of $60 to $80 per barrel. This is many due to the amount of time it will take to use the excess supply, about 1 to 2 million barrels a day delta. The best way to gain on the trade is the oil futures (ETF) and oil producers (Exxon Mobil, ConocoPhillips, BP, Schlumberger). Study the expert’s analysis and recommendations to finalize your investment implementation.
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