ON TODAY’S PODCAST, YOU WILL LEARN MORE ABOUT:– Why oil prices are concerning to investors around the world. – The commodities that are being hit the hardest. – A little-known commodity ratio you can profit from. – Whether oil prices have reached a bottom and what happens at the bottom. – An ETF you can use to profit from the eventual rise in oil. – Why the euro has dropped to a 9-year low, and much more! Right click and save as to download this episode to your computer.
LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:– Oil near six-year low – Oil Investors Pour Most Money Into Funds in 4 Years – Saudi prince: $100-a-barrel oil ‘never’ again – CHART: Cash In On The Little-Known Gold/Oil Ratio – 97% of Fracking Now Operating at a Loss at Current Oil Prices – Natural Gas Drops to Two-Year Low as Forecast Warms Up – House Votes To Approve Keystone XL Pipeline — For The 10th Time – Nebraska Supreme Court ruling removes hurdle to Keystone pipeline – Bankruptcy of Our Nation Special: $10 + Free Shipping This Week Only – Today’s Sponsor, Tom Cloud, provides a FREE Precious Metals Investor Kit – Download Now
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