The 2013 Energy Forecast
Why 2013 Could Be a Breakout Year for Energy
Like it or not, the demand for fossil fuels is not going away anytime soon – on the contrary, it is ramping up considerably.
With emerging markets scrambling to get their (ever-growing) slice of the global energy pie, and with renewable energies still too expensive and inefficient to provide real alternatives, certain sectors present excellent profit opportunities to informed investors this year. But beware – not every type of energy makes for a good investment right now…
Read the FREE Casey Research special report titled The 2013 Energy Forecast and discover...
- The Resource Wars of the 21st Century. Even if there's never a shot fired, the world's superpowers are engaged in a fierce competition for finite energy resources – and the battle is heating up.
Two Energy Sectors You Should Be Bullish on for 2013.
- Bull Sector #1: Production is increasing, but exports are falling. Read why that's the case and why it's a near-guarantee for higher prices.
- Bull Sector #2: Extremely undervalued right now, but slated for a major comeback this year – now's the perfect time to get in.
- Two Energy Sectors You Don't Want to Touch. (And no they aren't solar and wind.) Make no mistake, we've successfully invested in these sectors before, but right now all the signals are bearish.
- Two Important Cost Factors You Need to Keep in Mind. Learn what "netback" and "SWU" means and why it's critical for energy investors to keep an eye on them.
- The Pros and Cons of Junior Exploration Companies. Should you invest in dividend-paying majors or take a shot at big gains with the small-cap explorers, or both? Find out about the Casey Energy Team's assessment of the market, as well as their risk-minimizing investment strategy.
Get all the details in The 2013 Energy Forecast, which is yours absolutely free of charge.