Energy Sector News
AdvisorAnalyst Views » oil
19 May 2013 at 9:46am
Insight on investing and markets to get you going.
by SoberLook.com The recent outperformance of US natural gas over crude oil has been quite spectacular – some 25% just since the beginning of March-2013. Source: Ycharts As usual, we want to understand the fundamentals behind this divergence. Natural gas of course is primarily used for power generation and heating in the US, while crude [...]
The post Reasons for Recent Rally in Natural Gas appeared first on AdvisorAnalyst Views.
The Bright Lights of Big Oil April 10, 2013 Texas has seen incredible changes in oil production because of advancements in shale technology. From one 200-mile view at night, you can easily spot the urban areas of Dallas, Houston, San Antonio and Austin, but the strip just south of the Alamo City and U.S. Global [...]
The post The Bright Lights of Big Oil appeared first on AdvisorAnalyst Views.
What Maslow and Rand Would Tell Investors Today By Frank Holmes, CEO and Chief Investment Officer, U.S. Global Investors I have always been fascinated by what motivates people. What motivates Tiger Woods to pursue the goal of being the world’s greatest golfer? What’s the motivation driving Warren Buffett to continue purchasing companies instead of retiring [...]
The post What Maslow and Rand Would Tell Investors Today (Holmes) appeared first on AdvisorAnalyst Views.
Energy and Natural Resources Market Radar (March 18, 2013) Strengths The price of natural gas rose to a 16-week high of $3.85 per Mmbtu this week. This is a fourth-straight weekly gain on speculation of further late winter cold weather. U.S. crude oil output rose 0.9 percent to 7.159 million barrels a day in the [...]
The post Energy and Natural Resources Market Radar (March 18, 2013) appeared first on AdvisorAnalyst Views.
Submitted by Felix Imonti of OilPrice.com, Russia is back. President Vladimir Putin wants the world to acknowledge that Russia remains a global power. He is making his stand in Syria. The Soviet Union acquired the Tardus Naval Port in Syria in 1971 without any real purpose for it. With their ships welcomed in Algeria, Cuba [...]
The post Be Careful: Russia Is Back To Stay In The Middle East appeared first on AdvisorAnalyst Views.
Energy and Natural Resources Market Radar (February 18, 2013) Strengths Global oil price benchmark Brent has climbed 7 percent since the start of the year and, according to Deutsche Bank commodity analysts, it has been propelled by positive economic data that has renewed optimism about global growth and consequently global oil demand, including: January oil [...]
The post Energy and Natural Resources Market Radar (February 18, 2013) appeared first on AdvisorAnalyst Views.
Via Adam Taggart of Peak Prosperity, On the heels of Chris’ recent report clarifying the global net energy predicament, he and PeakProsperity.com contributing editor Gregor Macdonald sit down to talk in depth about the broken relationship between energy costs and economic growth. For much of the twentieth century, the developed world saw a steady march [...]
The post Gregor Macdonald: What The End Of Cheap Oil Means appeared first on AdvisorAnalyst Views.
(Editor’s Note: Don Vialoux is scheduled to appear on BNN Television’s Market Call Tonight at 6:00 PM EDT) Interesting Charts The S&P 500 Index recorded surprising strength yesterday mainly on unconfirmed news that the Chinese central bank recently pumped up to $70 billion into the Chinese economy. The rumor has merit. Historically, the Chinese economy [...]
The post China and Spain News Lifts Markets, plus an Update on This Summer’s Seasonal Bets appeared first on AdvisorAnalyst Views.
Global economic fundamentals are awful, bearish divergences are occurring everywhere, investor sentiment is nearing bullish extremes, political risks remain high and last week’s market performance can be summed up in four words – ‘lack of follow through’. As Gluskin Sheff’s David Rosenberg explains, more than two-thirds of the rally points the stock market has enjoyed [...]
The post David Rosenberg On The ‘One-Trick Pony Market’ appeared first on AdvisorAnalyst Views.
September 2012 by Neuberger Berman Investment Strategy Group The “BRIC” countries have been a focal point of investor interest since the early 2000s. Brazil, Russia, India and China account for about half of the world’s population, boast vast natural resources and are among the fastest-growing economies in the world. That said, progress at times has [...]
The post Growing Pains in the BRICs appeared first on AdvisorAnalyst Views.