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Dave Fessler has an attention-getting pitch circulating right now that compares this opportunity to Halley’s Comet — a profitable trade that has “only appeared twice in the last 85 years.” The idea grabs you, naturally — it is designed to. The whole intro is about what it’s like to miss a rare opportunity, and about […]

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    Magnolia is the old 50's name that became Secony Mobil and merged with Exxon to become ExxonMobil USA. They are bringi...

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    How #Mindfulness Changes Your Brain https://www.thebestbrainpossible.com/how-mindfulness-changes-your-brain/ ...

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    This reminds me of some gumshoeing my family conducted about 15 years ago. While cleaning out grandmother's house after ...

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    About 7 years ago ExxonMobil abandoned plans for a similar plan in Qatar where gas was available for pennies....

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    “It has inked several long-term lease agreements with Big Oil giants like ExxonMobil, British Petroleum, Chevron, Stat...

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    OK, so which other company has an office on the 29th floor of that building, is developing a new fracking technology wit...

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    I have been doing a lot of work in Papua New Guinea over the past several months and have written about the country - an...

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    The following is out of the 15 Nov "S&A, The Growth Stock Wire (free mass mailing e-mail) "I ran a screen for a...

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    Talisman Energy is also active in the southwest Pacific for anyone who cares. Hardly a "wildcatter" anymore. These folks...

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    Aha! You're right -- didn't think of another ethanol one for this pick, but that makes perfect sense. Thanks Troy ...

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    I didn't see the teaser on this company when it first came out. Right now at around .40 I think LNG Energy is a good buy...

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