Premium and Provisional Members: Take Step-1 Now for our U.S. Energy Wealth Renewal
Our collective Step-1: Take inventory of all your development-level energy stocks across all fuel commodities. Submit the related stock symbols you're most concerned with in terms of performance and operational progress for a Stock Compass Reading. It is crucial to properly align your portfolio's bearings as we renew our profit-proven formulas as the United States resumes its role as a global energy provider, thus ending our era as a captive consumer from foreign sources.
Our hint for Step-2: After you have completed your energy-stock inventory and submitted your symbols for our collective compass readings, pull out your old U.S. Energy Wealth playbooks from 1995 to 2005. Our previous selection-criteria therein remain valid for this time around – yet we will be updating this playbook for our new Provisional Members. The formulas used for our profit-legends of the past include:
- Ultra Petroleum: made it all the way to the NYSE and $200 per share
- Pennaco Energy: bought out by Marathon Oil Corporation
- American Oil & Gas: bought out by Hess Corporation
- Atlas Pipeline Partners: became a major player in the midstream nat-gas industry
The same strategies we implemented for these past winners will now be redeployed for our next round of CWC energy stocks. Our veteran Premium Members most likely can see the hint from this list of examples: our next round of energy stocks are going to focus on the rapid power emergence of operations within North America.
Specifically, Texas’ and Wyoming’s massive oil and gas reserves are about to come into play for our Contrarian Wealth Coalition members as America continues down the progressive path of energy independence. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the United States is projected to become a net exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in 2016, a net pipeline exporter in 2025, and an overall net exporter of natural gas in 2021.
Yet, from our Contrarian vantage point, it really doesn’t matter if the U.S. does indeed become a long-term net exporter of any petroleum product. That’s because we’re betting on a resurgence in the U.S. economy over the next several years, which will in turn result in increased demand for fossil fuels here at home.
So, let’s collectively take Step-1: Take inventory of all your development-level energy stocks and submit your symbols for a Stock Compass Reading.
Then, standby for our next round of guidance as we engage in crucial portfolio alignment maneuvering in order to prepare you for our upcoming U.S. Energy Wealth playbook strategies.