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Smart investors know that it’s not calling the top or bottom of the market that makes you money – instead it’s finding yourself a good opportunity to buy in an established trend. That’s why today it’s important to look at companies are poised for growth, that ALSO pay you to wait! In the domestic oil market ConocoPhillips and Statoil look to be two solid choices.
The Keystone Pipeline has pitted republicans against democrats and environmentalists against Canadian oil sands producers. But behind all of the back-and-forth there’s a way for you to make sure your portfolio ends up on the right side of this battle. Pipeline or no, major domestic producers are set to turn a profit this year.
After two years of environmental denials, ConocoPhillips is on track to produce oil from the first commercial well in Alaska’s National Reserve. “Getting Conoco’s project off the ground” the Wall Street Journal reports, “took on new urgency for the federal government earlier this year after President Barack Obama pledged to conduct more frequent lease sales in the 23-million-acre reserve.”
There are plenty of opportunities investing in shale gas. One such opportunity is in wet gas byproducts. The companies that can produce and transport this wet gas – propane, butane, and ethane – should cash in over the coming years.
If you want a real look at the U.S. oil scene, you’ve come to the right place. Today we’ll get our boots muddy in the oil fields of West Texas. Plus, we’ll take a look at a few plays that could pull a profit as Middle East turmoil continues…