Oil Gains to Rival the Rise of U.S. Shale
Finally, we’re seeing some promising signs for oil.
Not that we didn’t see this recovery coming from a mile away.
But it helps to be seeing some of the investor confidence trickle back into the market at last.
In the past week oil prices have finally risen back towards the $50 levels we saw earlier this year.
Remember, $50 is all that’s needed for the best of U.S. shale to keep making money.
Any more gains from here on out will just mean that much more room for expansion and repair of the battered industry.
This also means it’s time to be looking forward to the future of oil’s biggest comeback yet.
A History of Highs
U.S. shale really started taking off around 2008.
The drilling technique that put the country on the map, hydraulic fracturing, had existed for decades and was finally ready for mass adoption.
No one could have predicted just how big of an impact it would have on the global oil industry.
In less than a decade the U.S. went from minor producer to breaking what many thought to be the country’s peak oil point!
The 40-year export ban was lifted...
And some of the smallest stocks took off like a shot when they realized they had acreage in some previously untapped oil gems.
Take Whiting Petroleum.
The company had operations at the heart of the U.S. oil industry: the Bakken of North Dakota.
Whiting’s operations in this advantageous position pushed its stock up more than 1,000% through the height of the shale revolution!
Kodiak Oil and Gas is an even more impressive example of just how important these key operations can be for the smallest investments.
This company’s position gained it more than 3,700% in just six years!
Here’s the secret to its success…
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The Next Moon-Shot
In an old market like this, it’s not the big names that bring in the most gains.
It’s the little guys still looking to prove themselves that offer investors the most lucrative opportunities.
The opportunity we’re facing today could mirror some of the biggest stock moves we saw in the U.S. shale boom, if not surpass them entirely.
Many oil investors in the early days of the shale boom missed out on these massive gains.
They didn’t know how big of a chance it really was.
This time around, we know better.
The opportunity we’re facing in oil today could have as big an impact on today’s oil market as U.S. shale did less than a decade ago.
And we’re still in the earliest stages of this development.
My colleague Christian DeHaemer has been hot on the trail of a penny stock similar to the ones I mentioned above.
This tiny, unknown soon-to-be Mexican oil powerhouse has surged 171% since it hit Christian’s radar.
And its wild run is just getting started…
Look, you remember just as I do that the most successful, wealth-creating stocks in the U.S. shale boom came straight out of the very best, up-and-coming plays like the Bakken that were experiencing incredible growth.
Imagine picking up shares of Kodiak Oil & Gas… when it was trading for pennies on the dollar!
I’ve been covering these kinds of explosive oil stocks for more than a decade, and I know full well that we won’t find a more profitable diamond in the rough than the oil stock poised to make its shareholders a veritable fortune.
But in all honestly, I don’t want you to take my word for granted.
I want YOU to see for yourself just how lucrative this oil investment’s potential will be going forward.
Here’s what you do…
I strongly recommend you take just a few free moments from your day today and watch Chris’s investment presentation on this game-changing oil gem. You can watch the full, uninterrupted video by clicking right here.
Either way, it’s a win-win situation for you no matter how you look at it.
As always, the next step to securing a financially secure future for you and your family is up to you.
Until next time,
A true insider in the energy markets, Keith is one of few financial reporters to have visited the Alberta oil sands. His research has helped thousands of investors capitalize from the rapidly changing face of energy. Keith connects with hundreds of thousands of readers as the Managing Editor of Energy & Capital as well as Investment Director of Angel Publishing's Energy Investor. For years, Keith has been providing in-depth coverage of the Bakken, the Haynesville Shale, and the Marcellus natural gas formations — all ahead of the mainstream media. For more on Keith, go to his editor's page.
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