Who’s Afraid of Middle East Oil? Not David Popowich

Some companies will go wherever the oil is—even if that means venturing into war-torn areas. Junior explorers ahead of the game can generate major shareholder value for investors who don’t place a circle-slash over the entire Middle East. If you’re ready to enter the fray, Macquarie Capital Markets Analyst David Popowich can help you . . . → Read More: Who’s Afraid of Middle East Oil? Not David Popowich

Waiting for Exports – Shale Gas Version

Something that might be of minor interest across all of greater Frackylvania.

A new report just out from Rice University debunking some assumptions about the future of natural gas in the US.  Read:  U.S. LNG Exports: Truth and Consequence

So if we do not start exporting it… where will it all go? Still waiting . . . → Read More: Waiting for Exports – Shale Gas Version

Economic Events on August 17, 2012

At 9:55 AM Eastern time, Consumer Sentiment for the first half of August will be announced.  The consensus is that the index will be at 72.0, which would be a decrease of 0.3 points from the level reported in the second half of last month.

At 10:00 AM Eastern time, the Leading Indicators for . . . → Read More: Economic Events on August 17, 2012