Chris’ note: Since Russia invaded Ukraine last month, we’ve been helping you navigate the financial turmoil in its wake. That includes the oil shock we’ve been dealing with…
But as colleague Teeka Tiwari explains below, higher oil prices are also a profit opportunity for you. Last week, he went on camera with his latest recommendation. It’s a small U.S. heartland oil company that’s using breakthrough tech to help America become energy independent.
If you missed the event, you can catch the free replay here while the opportunity Teeka found is still open. Then read on to hear from him why conditions are ripe for energy independence in the U.S.
Oil is the lifeblood of the U.S. economy.
For every 250 cars on the road, 249 run on gas.
Every 747 plane in flight burns a gallon of jet fuel per second.
The items they transport – from our iPhones and iPads… to our children’s PlayStations and Xboxes… and even aspirin, antibiotics, and cancer medicine – all contain fossil-fuel byproducts.
But because of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, we’re in a full-blown panic over oil.
After Saudi Arabia, Russia is the world’s largest oil exporter.
And earlier this month, President Joe Biden banned Russian oil and gas imports to the U.S.
Since then, the price of crude oil has skyrocketed to as much as $129 per barrel. That’s up from a low of about $76 in January.
That volatility is hitting Americans particularly hard at the pump.
Since the beginning of the year, gas prices are up as much as 28%. And because the ban on Russian oil imports isn’t in full force yet, there’s still more pain to come. Prices will get uglier in the short term.
It’s a painful reminder that energy independence is key to our country’s security. So below, I’ll show why U.S. energy independence is inevitable… and how it’s offering you a shot at securing your own financial future.
Regardless of what you think about the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, it’s spotlighted how important oil is to our national security.
A country is only as strong as its access to reliable energy supplies. And controlling those supplies is like printing money.
That’s why President Biden called the conflict in Europe “a stark reminder that, to protect our economy over the long term, we need to become energy independent.”
And he’s getting support from both sides of the aisle.
“I’m all for that. Ban it,” Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said of the executive order banning Russian oil imports.
“Our conference overwhelmingly does not want Russian oil; we want American oil,” House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy said.
This is a huge deal…
The Democrats and Republicans can’t agree on whether it’s night or day. That both parties support U.S. energy independence shows how critical it is.
I don’t want Congress to play political football over our energy independence. So I’m relieved members are uniting around this issue.
I owe my success to America.
I wasn’t born here. I grew up in Britain’s foster care system… When I turned 16, I left for America. With just $150 in my pocket, I set a course for the financial capital of the world – New York City.
I started on Wall Street as an assistant for a big-time broker and eventually became one myself.
In two years, I became the youngest vice president in Shearson Lehman history. And after 15 years on Wall Street, I left to run my own successful hedge fund for a decade before retiring.
Since then, I’ve run my own financial newsletter business.
Over my years in the financial markets, I’ve learned that American capitalism is the solution to many of our greatest problems.
And right now, one small company is answering the call to help the U.S. become energy independent.
Not only has it found a way to produce oil for a fraction of the cost we pay globally… it’s creating a free-market opportunity to help ordinary Americans profit from U.S. energy independence.
Russia supplies the U.S. with 540,000 barrels of oil daily. That translates to about 197 million annually.
But the private, American heartland company I’ve found estimates it can produce 1 billion barrels of oil.
And while Russia’s cost per barrel is under $20, and Saudi Arabia’s is under $10… this private company estimates its oil costs 65 cents per barrel.
Less than a dollar. No one else’s oil comes close.
And it’s all due to a technological breakthrough letting it produce environmentally sound oil – without drilling and fracking – cheaper than anywhere else in the world.
In fact, this company’s tech is so promising, one of America’s largest investment firms has written a check to become its largest shareholder.
It’s a firm behind some of the most profitable private deals of the past 150 years… including returns of 47x, 100x, and 159x.
So when it pours money into a company, it’s worth paying attention.
That’s why last week, I held my first-ever U.S. Energy Independence Summit.
During the event, I shared what this company is doing… the tech it’s using to create low-cost energy… and the Wall Street powerhouse backing it.
Best of all, I revealed how to get shares for just $1.25 each with a $500 investment.
As with all private deals, shares are strictly limited.
Friends, I know this oil shock is hard to go through.
But we saw similar shocks in the 1970s with the Arab oil embargo and in the 1990s with the Gulf War. And America persevered.
That’s what I love about this country. Each crisis is also an opportunity. The companies that solve these crises stand to make huge profits – and so do their investors.
Remember, we’ll get through this.
The war in Ukraine has become a wake-up call for a more energy independent America. Things may be painful in the short term… but with oil production breakthroughs like I mentioned above, this won’t last.
Let the Game Come to You!
Editor, Palm Beach Venture