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How to Trade the Ongoing Events in Syria

How to Trade the Ongoing Events in Syria

We have a great report lined up for you tomorrow, but before then I wanted to let you know that tomorrow’s premium letter is a do not miss.

For those of you who are wondering about the Syria situation and how best to trade it – Dan Dicker has some short term trade ideas investors should be looking to get into as quickly as possible.
More on this and the other reports in tomorrow’s premium letter below:

Inside Investor with Dan Dicker. This week Dan gives subscribers the absolute skinny on what’s happening in Syria, what he thinks is going to go on and how – EXACTLY – to trade it.
This is a very fast trade idea, though; as he believes that spreads have been only temporarily bloated by Syria.

Get Dan’s trade ideas first thing tomorrow and position yourself to profit – this idea will not wait. To read Dan’s trade report for free - click here to start you 30 day free trial to Oilprice Premium (there is no risk to you and you can cancel anytime within the 30 day trial.)

Executive Report – takes a very detailed look at Jordan and their ongoing energy and refugee crisis. Jordan is in a terrible position as they have no natural resources to speak of other than oil shale (very different to shale oil.)

This detailed report looks at

•    Jordan’s plans to raise electricity prices and the economic & political impact this will have.
•    Their nuclear ambitions
•    Potential oil & gas deals with Israel & Iraq
•    Jordan’s stability
•    Their relations with Syria and Egypt
•    Jordan’s plans to develop their oil shale resources (more of this in Inside Opportunities.)

To read the full detailed report for free – click here to start you 30 day free trial to Oilprice Premium (there is no risk to you and you can cancel anytime within the 30 day trial.)

The Intelligence Notes look at four developing geopolitical situations we believe are of great importance to members.

Elections in Norway Decisive for Oil Drillers
Norway’s September elections will likely end the battle over oil drilling off the Lofoten islands and pave the way most notably for Statoil ASA (STL) to drill for the estimated 3.4 billion barrels of oil equivalent in these waters. To find out how we believe the situation will develop – click here and receive the report tomorrow for free.

Saudi Prince Bandar Schemes in Syria
Saudi Prince Bandar, the man tasked with handling some very serious foreign affairs by the Saudi King, is behind much of what is happening in Syria right now. It is Bandar through which a lot of the weapons on both fronts are flowing. To find out more about The Kingdom’s plans in Syria - click here and receive the report tomorrow for free.

Saudi Prince Bandar in Egypt
While Bandar may not have gotten everything he wanted in Syria—yet—in Egypt he has, so far. Riyadh has Egypt exactly where it wants it and will not relinquish it now. To find out more about Saudi Arabia’s Egypt ambitions  - click here and receive the report tomorrow for free.

Iranian Gas for Ukraine?
Iran is now looking to Ukraine (via Iraq and Moldova) for a new market. Iranian officials have been very vocal lately about the fact that they are courting desperate Ukraine as a market for their gas. Both Ukraine and Moldova are in the Russian gas stranglehold, and Iranian gas would alleviate this. To find out more about these developments - click here and receive the report tomorrow for free.

Inside Opportunities – takes a look at oil shale and whether we will soon be in a position to begin extraction of this huge resource.
Not to be confused with shale oil – oil shale is geologically very different and much more complicated to extract, yet many companies are now waking up to the opportunity.

The report looks at:

•    New technology that is being developed to extract oil shale
•    The companies best positioned to profit
•    Which countries are leading the charge to develop their oil shale resources
•    Extraction costs and how far we are away from viability

To read the full detailed report for free – click here to start you 30 day free trial to Oilprice Premium (there is no risk to you and you can cancel anytime within the 30 day trial.)

That’s it until tomorrows Report.

James Stafford
Editor, Oilprice.com




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