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Oil & Energy Investor | From the Desk of Dr. Kent Moors on April 29, 2018.

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April 29, 2018 Dear Oil & Energy Investor , Utilities, lithium, natural gas, solar, there's no shortage of exciting news in the energy sector this week. Dominating the news, however, is an increase in geopolitical tensions in the Middle East. U.S. intelligence have recorded several cargo flights from Iran to Syria. But the ongoing conflict means more than just fighter jets - it means profit as well. If you'd like to learn how you can profit from global goings on, just click the video below. Portfolio Update: Buy Back into this Up-and-Coming Shale Play Buy Alert: Global happenings such as the Saudis' need for high oil prices and Venezuela's continuing collapse puts an intriguing spin on the oil market. We're already reaping benefits from this oil backdrop in our portfolio, but I've got another pick for you to return to. Here's what to do . Watch Earth in Real Time with the Help of our Portfolio Favorite

Oil & Energy Investor | Saudi Crown Prince's "Charm" Tour Heads to America for IPO Exchange Shopping on March 17,2018.

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March 17, 2018 Dear Oil & Energy Investor , Next Weeks "Pipeline" Wed.: EIA Petroleum Status Report Thu.: EIA Natural Gas Report Fri.: Baker-Hughes Rig Count Kent's Premium Services Energy Advantage Your Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity on This Energy Metal Energy Inner Circle Time to Move Back in on This LNG Favorite Micro Energy Trader This Blockbuster Deal Just Lit a Fire Under Our Defense Leader Social Media Saudi Arabia is about to unleash the largest IPO in the world, and it will ultimately transform the entire energy investing landscape. As I've mentioned in previous editions of Oil & Energy Investor , the Saudi Aramco IPO will sell off 5% of its shares publically, allowing investors access for the first time. There's just one problem... They're still shopping around for an exchange to list the IPO. But there's been plenty of chatter about where Saudi Aramco might go. From the N