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Which Direction is Oil and Gas Going? - Weekly Forecast

By Dr. Steven Bauer | Thu, 28 February 2013 19:37 | 1

Profiting in the Energy Sector is no different from profiting in any other Sector.  It’s simple a matter of breaking down the supporting Industry Groups and determining which, if any, are currently favorable or un-favorable.

Forecasts - - F + C = R

 Bullish or Bearish Inflection Point 2

Accurate Forecasts (plus) Patience waiting for Conformations (equals) Results.  Results are Consistent Annual Profits for Over 50 Years.  This simple formula F + C = R is how I go about making money for myself and my Clients. 

The below Table of Fundamental - Valuation of several Oil and Gas Indices provided the “Direction” for the longer-term.  Consistent Annual Profits also requires sophisticated and unique Technical Analysis.  (The Conventional (i.e. Charting Services) - Technical Analysis - Doesn't Work!).  This is just part of My Methodology for profitable “Investing Wisely.”

I believe if you need to follow the daily updates, often provided by Traders, you will be snafued, blindsided and often whipsawed more often than not.  Even a Weekly Forecast must be reviewed with a longer-term perspective.  Waiting for Bullish and Bearish Inflection Points is what you must consider.  The shorter-term information and data is only important when you know for sure that a Bullish or Bearish Inflection Point is eminent. I hope you will want to contact me for further information about my work / analytics.

To learn more about my Work / Analytics, you might consider reading my article on “Special Notes Supporting My Articles.” You will have to be a serious Investor because this article with its URLs will require much of your time to absorb and understand.  I can assure you that your time will be well spent.

Table I:  Professor’s – Current Valuation for: Oil and Gas
Current Forecaste for Oil and Gas
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Energy Market Status

The Energy Market is currently and remains “Fundamentally'” overvalued and “Technically" overbought, and its “Consensus Opinion” is much too Bullish. “Insiders” are selling and “Interest Rates / Dividends” are on the rise.

This does not currently make for “Investing Wisely.”  This means that you must consider holding Cash or perhaps taking Bearish positions in the coming time-frame.  (Taking Bearish positions are for Pro-Active Investors Only!)

My analytic focus and logo are “Investing Wisely,” e.g. taking advantage of the Bullish / Bearish Cycles as they occur within the overall Marketplace. Integrating conservative fundamental analytics within these technical cycles means maintaining a process of the thorough and on-going analytics of many companies, sectors and industry groups.  I have maintained such a Profitable Discipline for over 50 years, and it has been very good to both, me and my Clients.

Professor's Opinion (Currently – Bearish)

Professors Bearish Wrap 3

As the Marketplace Cycles from Bullish to Bearish and then back again to Bullish, you must, be prepared to use Cash as a hedge against losing what you have accumulated in profits over the past months and years.

All Sectors, i.e. Energy and their component Industry Groups “Cycle.”  These articles are my effort to bring you guidance and direction and to hopefully gain your confidence in my work / analytics.

You may want to “bookmark” this Hyperlink for quick access of my published articles here in OilPrice.com.  Just Click and scroll down past my Biography.  Thanks!

To contact me and begin a personal Email Dialog – just click:    senorstevedrmx@yahoo.com

Smile, Have Fun – “Investing Wisely,”

Dr. Steve

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  • Joseph Conrad on March 01 2013 said:
    The more billigrent the stance of White Nato nations and the US in Africa, S. Amercia & Central Asia, the higher the price of the oil ultimately. Europeans and americans must realize their Racist, Avericious attitudes toward non-white, non-christian resources- rich nations will make said nations off-limits to them for years - and rightfully so!

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