There is always a knee-jerk reaction if some country in the Middle East ”sneezes” with warnings of massive price per barrell crude oil increases.
I just got the following:
”BREAKING: New Iran Sanctions Spark $300 Oil
By: Ian Wyatt
Tuesday, May 8, 2018
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So my question is, when and how to determine if oil fears or potential profits warnings is something to take seriously and begin to research and when is it another reason for another email/newsletter? (The same question for the threat of Gold prices increases when investors are dumping stocks and putting their money in gold. When and how to take it seriously?)
I don’t want to be a skeptic if it is an opportunity to invest early in a real threat and profit opportunity, but don’t want to waste my time and be a reactionary.
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