Wealthier European countries like Germany, France, and the U.K. are vacuuming up every ounce of natural gas they can find, edging other buyers out of the spot market.
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As the contagion spreads from Europe to America and from the energy markets to the financial system – a portion of your retirement could be at great risk.
Nomi Prins, PhD and Ex-Goldman Executive, is traveling the country… Trying to figure out why classic cars like hers… and even modern ones… May soon no longer be able to fill up at your local gas station. Go with her, live on-the-scene, to the first gas station in America to no longer offer gasoline. You read […]
Gas prices are out of control right now. That’s why it’s important you see this. A new type of fueling station is sweeping the country… set to affect over 500,00 stations. These new fuel stations can save drivers over $2,000 each year. That’s serious money. But it’s the investors in these new stocks that are really reaping […]
Table of Contents Introduction Who is Nomi Prins? A new type of energy crisis in America… The Inevitable Has Now Been Signed Into Law A New Fuel is Set to Take Over The Rockefellers of the 2020s are Investing! This Is the #1 EV Charging Stock I Recommend Buying The #1 Stock for America’s Great Distortion: 10x Gains […]
In this Article Commodities Often Run in Multi-Year Cycles Energy Supply Is Still a Concern XLE Stock Was Due for a Pullback Hedge Funds Buying with Record Cash Flow Do We See a Bounce in XLE Share Price? Energy stocks are the talk of the town again after losing over 14% last week. After gaining […]
These oil stocks look like great long-term investments. Key Points TotalEnergies is looking ahead to the future of energy. ConocoPhillips has become a cash flow machine. Devon Energy is on track to pay industry-leading dividends in 2022. The oil industry is coming off one of its best years in quite some time. Oil prices rebounded […]
The transition to a global energy system that runs on renewable energy rather than finite and dirty coal, oil, and gas is arguably the number-one topic in the media, sometimes eclipsing even the pandemic. Yet, for all the enthusiastic talk, it seems that we are nowhere near accomplishing the transition—and it may already be too […]
After more than a century, it appears that the age of oil is drawing to a close. The entire world is rapidly embracing renewables. Governments everywhere have pledged trillions of dollars toward the transition to clean energy. China, India, Britain, Korea, Japan, and now even the United States are moving in the same direction: away from hydrocarbons. […]
The power problems in Texas didn’t start with the recent winter storm. They started long before the Lone Star State had any electricity at all. A little more than 160 years ago, a special convention in Texas voted to secede from the United States. It was the beginning of a mindset that’s still part of Texas today. […]