Turn Key Oil has been bracing itself for the natural gas rally. While we were heavy on the bottom in April of 2012 as evident by our numerous posts on the subject and we feel that the real rally is on its way. The natural gas glut caused by massive shale and horizontal drilling booms will soon meet a massive rally. The reasons we site are improved demand domestically, upcoming LNG terminal activation and a massive decline in natural gas rigs. We believe lots of natural gas stocks should be considered as part of your portfolio these 3 should see considerable benefits when the rally begins. [more]
When a big company has to reorganize its usually not good for the current shareholders. But if you time it right it could be a great long term play for your portfolio. [more]
When you hear the name Bakken you think of huge companies making lots of money. The amount of wells and new companies has increase dramatically in the last few years as everyone rushes to stake their claim. These are some of the most active companies in this play [more]
When one of the greatest hedge fund managers of all times makes a change in his portfolio its worth taking notice. With a focus on dividends its no surprise why he chose the way he did. If you are looking for a change in direction for your investments your not the only one. [more]
Natural gas has been coming back recently and the top companies seem pretty confident about its future. See what they have to say about the current state of the market and their way of profiting from it.
Exxon Mobil was asked in its Q3 conference call if the decline in drilling rigs directed at their unconventional natural gas acreage was going to result in pretty rapid declines in production in 2012. Exxon’ reply was: [more]
What can you say about this company that hasn’t already been said. They have consistently impressed the market and show no signs of slowing down. If after the company has a good run its still a good buy then everyone is jumping on board.
Kodiak Oil and Gas (KOG) can be considered a buy based on two factors: an investor’s view of future Bakken oil prices and KOG’s ability to continue to both increase its production and reduce its well costs as CEO Lynn Peterson has said it will do, and as the company has been doing. [more]
With less and less drilling over the last few years there hasn’t been much action when it comes to drilling companies. But things are shaping up as natural gas is getting a new push from price increases and newly discovered oil patches fight for rig time. These sleeping giants are looking more and more attractive as drilling companies start to out perform their share prices. [more]
Devon Energy had been a heavy hitter in the oil industry since it entered the scene. So any company that can be called comparable you have to give it a chance. Here are a few companies that are performing well and seem to be following in the footsteps of Devon. [more]
Large well known companies no matter what the media says about them are in that position for a reason. Negative press can be useful for profiting if done right when you look at one of these companies share price dip on bad press alone and not because something in the company has changed. That is why they are the ones to watch when they end up on the national news. [more]