Kamis, 23 Juni 2011

Secret Geology Opens New Oil Region>>>A Soviet Submarine Discovered this 'Natural Pipeline' in the 1980s... On August 20, 2011, watch as it unleashes billions in displaced Middle Eastern Oil>>>In just a few minutes, I'm going to tell you about the company using this piece of Cold War-era intelligence to locate and siphon off as much as $267 billion of the very sameoil which made the House of Saud the world's first (and only) trillionaire family. I'll tell you how much oil this company is sitting on — and how it has the potential to start a brand-new, globally-influential oil dynasty.>>> Untapped Billions: East Africa .....In the last 30 years, Africa has seen steady increases in oil production in all of its regions... With four of its nations — Algeria, Angola, Libya, and Nigeria — joining OPEC as members of the world's richest oil cartel. >>

They Stole $267 billion of King Saud’s Oil
A Soviet Submarine Discovered this 'Natural Pipeline' in the 1980s...
On August 20, 2011, watch as it unleashes billions in displaced Middle Eastern Oil
 Dear Readers,
Today, this one-time formidable weapon sits rusting in its port outside of Odessa, Ukraine:
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But thirty years ago, this Victor class attack submarine carried out one of the Soviet Navy's most unique missions.
Operating in the Gulf of Aden off the southern Yemeni coast, Captain Vasiley Sergeiyevich Simonov's orders were to go as deep as his hull would allow...

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And map out the cracks, creases, and depressions in the ocean floor below using a special keel-mounted sonar array.
The goal was to get the most detailed 3-dimensional charts possible of the underwater terrain, which the Soviets could then use to hide their ballistic missile submarines for quick access to Middle Eastern and European targets.
The crack which formed the Gulf of Aden had long been known to geologists as theDavies Fracture Zone.
But they didn't fully understand what was hidden inside it until this advanced military technology appeared in the region.
In the end, the Russians never used their hyper-accurate renderings to fire any nukes at NATO.
And the hi-def images were lost in the chaos during the breakup of the Soviet Union...
When they resurfaced in the late 1990s, however, they were put to use in a way nobody could have anticipated.
This time, it wasn't the Soviet military elite looking at the charts; but a small oil exploration company looking to make the region's next big strike.
You see, for decades, geologists have theorized that about 18 million years ago the northern coast of Somalia and the southern coast of Yemen were joined.
But it wasn't until the Soviet navy's renderings of the ocean floor were carefully examined that the true strategic, political, and economic significance of this became clear.
Let me explain...
Beginning off the Yemeni coast and extending upwards into Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, and Iran, lay the world's biggest and richest system of crude oil reserves:
Within it, the legendary Marib-Shabwa and Sayun-Masila Basins — including the biggest oil field of them all, the Saudis' massive Ghawar.

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These petroleum resources have been dictating global politics and creating some of the largest personal fortunes the world has ever seen since the 1950s — including the richest family in history, the House of Saud, worth an estimated $1 trillion.
That's the first half of the story.
What Captain Simonov mapped during his passage through the Gulf of Aden was an ancient geological artifact, a clue for modern geologists...
It was the contact point between one half of the world's biggest petroleum deposits: the Middle Eastern formations I just mentioned...
And the other half, starting just south of the fracture zone.
The famed Middle Eastern oil deposits, it turns out, didn't stop at the Gulf of Aden...
But they actually extended down into Africa, starting in Somalia and winding their way south and east through Kenya and into Africa's biggest current oil-producing nations:
Angola, the Republic of Congo, and Nigeria.
And here's the part which really gets my oil industry buddies excited...
All this oil — which has been confirmed through drill testing, ground-penetrating radar, and intense geological analysis — is just sitting there, unused.
In just a few minutes, I'm going to tell you about the company using this piece of Cold War-era intelligence to locate and siphon off as much as $267 billion of the very sameoil which made the House of Saud the world's first (and only) trillionaire family.
I'll tell you how much oil this company is sitting on — and how it has the potential to start a brand-new, globally-influential oil dynasty.
But first, I want to show you why this previously overlooked geographical region is about to ride into one of the biggest energy bull markets in modern history.

Untapped Billions: East Africa


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Of all the places in the world where major deposits of oil have been confirmed, one stands out as the least touched of them all...
In the last 30 years, Africa has seen steady increases in oil production in all of its regions...
With four of its nations — Algeria, Angola, Libya, and Nigeria — joining OPEC as members of the world's richest oil cartel.
And yet, there remains one major oversight. And it doesn't take a financial specialist to see it...
Just take a look at this map:

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With almost 60% of the continent now supplying 12% of global oil production, the Eastern region has — up to this point — remained virtually untouched.

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Ironically, it's this region that also holds, by far, the richest concentrations of oil on the entire continent.

As I started to tell you about before...
The oil formation occupying most of the currently under-developed East African region — a giant system of deposits known as the Darin, Nugaal, and Anza Basins — is actually an ancient extension of the Marib-Shabwa and Sayun-Masila Basins of the Middle East...
The very same system of formations which was tapped in the 1950s and 1960s — and spawned the Arab oil empires of today.
The basic diagram below illustrates how the formations once fit together:


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Today, the Davies Fracture Zone remains as evidence that the multi-trillion dollar Middle Eastern oil formation actually has a southern half.
Now, I don't think I need to tell you about the countless billions of barrels produced by tapping the northern part of this resource...
Or what this unimaginable wealth has meant for the Middle East and for world politics in the second half of the 20th century...
That's all in the past.
Here's the future...
The East-African portion of this mega-system:


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And it's this part — the part that nobody's heard about yet — that's so critical...
With the U.S. Geological Survey estimating 71.1 billion barrels locked in East Africa (the most significant deposits occurring in Northern Kenya), the lower half of this massive intercontinental resource has yet to make any impact at all on the region's economy.
Remember, these aren't similar or comparable to the oil formations that made the Saudis the richest people in the world...
These are the same formations!
Just think... Over $7.3 trillion of the same oil which flowed into Middle Eastern bank accounts to fund real estate projects like the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa...

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And three of the world's biggest, most expensive artificial archipelagos: The World, The Palm, and The Universe Islands...

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Sits untapped underneath the East African landscape.
But why would such unimaginable wealth remain untouched, while the rest of the African continent is teeming with new oil wells?
The answer, unfortunately, has nothing to do with the wealth available to be had — but with the political stability of the region.
Wracked with violence and anarchy for years, Kenya's northern neighbor, Somalia, continues to make headlines today with stories of roving death squads, kidnappings, and piracy on the high seas.

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It's a reputation that, up until now, has kept companies and investors at a distance... and not just from Somalia, but from the entire region.
Which means that East Africa, one of the world's richest oil regions, remains the world's least developed.
This, however, is already rapidly changing.
Kenya — the jewel of this energy-rich geology — is now in its third straight decade of political and economic stability.
It's brought riches to the nation through the tourism and transportation industries and turned Nairobi into the biggest, most prosperous metropolis in all of East Africa.

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Kenya, having enjoyed years of rapid growth and prosperity, now faces its true destiny.
As global energy prices shoot up and reserves dwindle everywhere they were once abundant...

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The real investors are finally staking their claims in this unexploited land.


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And their timing makes perfect strategic sense.
You see, finding new sources of oil is no longer a matter of convenience...
It's a matter of survival.
Of course, this isn't exactly news to the oil industry...
In fact, over the last 25 years, a pattern has emerged. And it's about to make investors billions as it repeats itself.
The Missing Link: Kenya
In 2005, these were Africa's top 10 oil producing nations:
  1. Nigeria (Production: 2,600,000 barrels per day)
  2. Algeria (Production: 2,080,000 barrels per day)
  3. Libya (Production: 1,600,000 barrels per day)
  4. Angola (Production: 1,250,000 barrels per day)
  5. Egypt (Production: 579,000 barrels per day)
  6. Sudan (Production: 363,000 barrels per day)
  7. Chad (Production: 249,000 barrels per day)
  8. Congo Brazzaville (Production: 227,000 barrels per day)
  9. Gabon (Production: 226,000 barrels per day)
Now take a another look at these two maps I showed you just a few minutes ago:

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Viewing the activity in this region of the last 25 years, you can see a pattern taking shape...
Industrial development of the continent began in the West, in the North, and in the South  everywhere but the East.
But gradually, over time, the Eastern frontier has been pushed.
As of five years ago, only the far Eastern nations remain virgin ground, while the rest of the continent pumps 1/8th of the world's daily crude supply.
And taking into account what the Soviet-gathered surveys and USGS geological analyses have told us about the legendary Middle Eastern oil formations extending past the East Africa Rift...
It becomes clear why international energy companies, mining explorers, and institutional investors all have their eyes on a single East African nation: Kenya.

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As I mentioned a moment ago, not only has Kenya been stable and peaceful for three decades; but as the regional and transportation hub, it's also East Africa's fastest-growing economy...

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Most importantly, the Kenyan population itself has adapted to the modern 21st century electronic infrastructure with remarkable speed...

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In fact, with 6.0% annual growth projected for 2011, Kenya is securely in the top 25% of all national economies in the world — impressive, compared to the 1.5% annual growth of the United States.
But it's only a hint of what's possible.
Because just to the west, where the oil industry is already ramping up production, the neighboring Republic of Congo is #4 on the list of fastest growing economies with an astounding 11.9% expansion reported in 2010...
That's 50% faster than China!
And all the signs, all the experts, all the charts, and all the industrialists point to this pattern continuing its march east.
What's already happened in the Republic of Congo, in Angola, Nigeria and Sudan... is about to happen again. And people are starting to notice.
Investors are Already Here
As Kenya's economic fortunes rise and its political atmosphere remains more stable than it's been in decades, major industrial players are starting to sink their teeth in.
So far, it's been one of the fastest-moving bull runs the oil industry's ever seen.
In just over a year, this whole thing has climbed to a fever pitch.
It all started in April of 2010 with the National Oil Corporation of Kenya, in conjunction with the government, made an appeal to the national geological community for help in constructing hyper-accurate maps of off-shore and inland oil formations...
The results of the ensuing investigations made it into the hands of oil executives from companies based in North America, Europe, and China. And they pounced almost immediately.
Here's a timeline:
  • In November 2010, Tullow Oil — a powerful UK-Based oil exploration company — secures contracts to operate on five previously untouched Kenyan properties.

  • In Feb 2011, U.K.-based integrated gas company BG Group and Dominion Petroleum finalizes plans to open ocean-based drilling projects off the southern Kenyan coast.

  • Less than a week later, $49 billion petroleum giant Apache enters into negotiations with Origin Energy to develop two more properties in Kenya's Lemu Basin.
And then, the bombshell:
  • On February 11th, Tullow unilaterally declines a lucrative buyout offer by $110 billion Chinese oil giant CNOOC for several choice pieces of Kenyan exploration properties.
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And they had a very good reason to do so...
You see, just miles from these disputed Kenyan properties, across the border in Uganda, Tullow has already made a discovery that's caused the entire petroleum industry to stop what they were doing and scratch their heads:

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These discoveries — with a gross resource value of more than $200 billion — have taken place right along the Kenyan border...
And unlike Uganda, Kenya's property extends out to sea where additional deposits have already been mapped out.
So Uganda was nothing more than a dress rehearsal.
The real show is in Kenya.
Any doubt that this is where Tullow is heading was forever silenced in March, whenTullow publically announced a Kenyan drilling start date in August 2011.

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And this is still just the beginning for full-throttle East African oil.
On March 28th — less than a week after the Tullow announcement — UK-based oil miner Afren increased its holdings along the Kenya/Tanzania border by 1200 square miles.
With new exploration blocks being negotiated this very moment... it simply couldn't have come at a better time for East Africa.

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Now that oil prices have finally spiked over $100 on the back of what's turning into pan-Arab revolution...
All the ingredients necessary to realize a full-fledged East African oil boom are in place.
It's a situation that's taken a couple years to set up, and is only now making its true impact.
To show you what I mean, just look at what Tullow's and Afren's stock prices have done since they went into East Africa.  
This is the last three years at Tullow Oil:


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Over 400% gains since they first started exploring this completely virgin oil territory.
This is the last two years at Afren:


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From $37 to $170...
That's a 459% gain in less than two years from the start of East African operations.
And this is only where it begins to get interesting...
These two examples are big, established companies with thousands of employees, multi-million-dollar monthly overhead, and infrastructures that would rival small nations.
But the most important player in this game, the one you haven't heard of yet, isn't a multi-billion-dollar international conglomerate like Tullow... or even a $500-million outfit like Afren...
And it's not a name-brand oil producer that takes the crude and processes it right into the gasoline you put into your car every week.
This is a much more aggressive brand of company.
And what it does in the months and years to follow will literally mold the Kenyan oil revolution — and its entire economy — for the remainder of the 21st century.
As Much as 71 Billion Barrels, Ready to Drill
Now, here's the part that's most important for you...
Sometime in early January of this year, another real estate deal went down that I didn't mention in my bullet points earlier.
It was for a 7,300-square-mile chunk of property located in north central Kenya.
The acquisition was the last in a series of purchases that secured a grand total of 32,000 square miles of Kenyan territory...
All of it dead center in the heart of this vast, untapped oil-rich region...
... All of it now held by this young upstart energy company.
By the estimates quoted in the company's own website, their overall land holdings in Kenya alone add up to a chunk of land about the size of South Carolina.
With an additional 101,000 square miles — equivalent to the state of Nevada — held in surrounding countries, the total resource wealth possessed by this company is enormous.
But land is land and oil is oil...
So how much of the stuff is in the ground — and within reach?
Well, with inferred reserves already totaling over 2 billion barrels, the total value of what's already been measured is in the hundreds of billions of dollars.
However, taking into account the massive size of this company's East African holdings,the actual wealth buried in this land is far, far greater.
One way geologists use to estimate the mineral wealth of a certain region is to compare that region to known mineral concentrations in geologically similar areas.
Remember how I said this East African system of oil formations has direct geological connections with the fabled Middle Eastern oil deposits?
This geological formation is called the Late Jurassic-Cretaceous rift system...
It extends from East Africa all the way across Central Africa into the Congo, Angola, and up into Nigeria.
Well, with these two regions sharing that characteristic, we can then build a direct comparison with the owner of the best-known, and perhaps most closely studied reserve on the planet...
Saudi Arabia's Ghawar.
With total land holdings of more than 1.5 million square miles and annual revenues exceeding $230 billion...
Saudi Aramco is the world's biggest petroleum company.
Now, with only 133,000 square miles, the company I've been telling you about owns approximately 11% of the Saudis' total real estate...
But because the land it holds will very closely mimic the mineral concentrations of the varied Middle Eastern properties of Saudi Aramco, we can ballpark the size of the resource they own.
Saudi Aramco's 1.5 million square miles of property contain reserves estimated to be around 264 billion barrels.
Accepting the land Saudi Arabia mines — and the land this company has been acquiring contains similar mineral concentrations....
We can conservatively estimate a total reserve of 29.04 billion barrels getting ready to be tapped, for the very first time.
A nice chunk of the 71.7 billion barrels the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) estimates lies in the region... So the company I've been talking about must be an intermediate to large-sized oil producer, right?
You couldn't be more wrong.
In fact, the company which owns all this land, in a region that is a virtual geological photocopy of the same land which made the built the biggest oil dynasty...


Today trades for only $1.80.
And has a market cap of just $320 million...
Even when viewed most conservatively — and assuming these properties are less than one-fifth as fertile as the properties of Saudi Aramco...
A $1.80 stock price is, technically, a 99.4% discount!
And that's assuming the very worst for the pockets of land which have yet to be thoroughly analyzed.
But I know that you might not be interested in these theoretical 'projections', no matter how good the science behind them may be.
I'm the same way.
If you want completely eliminate all optimism and just get the bare facts as they're known today, let's go back to the 'inferred reserves' figure which this company's geologists have already determined.
As I mentioned earlier, an inferred reserve value doesn't merely use surrounding land to ballpark mineral concentrations.
Instead, geologists evaluate the property by cutting core samples directly from the target land itself.
For this figure, thousands of core samples — some drilled to a depth of almost 2 miles — were analyzed, the geological equivalent of using a dipstick to find out what's going on under a vast stretch of terrain.
And it's just as reliable.
Today, this company's latest inferred reserves analysis state a total resource of 2.24 billion barrels.
At today's oil prices, this oil reserve would be valued at $222 billion  more than 740 times what the company trades for today!
That's theoretically bigger than Conoco, BP or Chevron!
And remember, that's if no more oil is found anywhere within these vast holdings.
If the price of a barrel goes from $100, to $150 or $200 in the next five years as it's expected to...

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And as more discoveries are made on these untouched properties, as they are predicted to by major oil producers from every continent on the planet...
This company could be in for an even more dramatic expansion.
Like I've said, this isn't just some insane number I cobbled together using a pile of optimistic facts and figures...
It's a projection taken from the company's own numbers that can be viewed by anybody on the company's website.
To be fair, I'm actually a bit surprised that information this open hasn't lead to major price jumps for their stock already.
But I guess common sense really isn't that common, is it?
Also, remember that August 2011 date I mentioned at the beginning?
Well, here's the deal: Tullow, the global oil explorer and one of the region's biggest operators, has recently announced an extensive survey project to begin towards the end of this summer.
Through a good deal of research and analysis, our best approximation is that this will commence on or around Thursday, August 11, of this year.
Once that happens, new data will flood the marketplace starting the very next business day.
And we expect this to send junior oil mining prices up immediately — not just for Tullow's own projects, but for everything sharing this common geology.
So when I say that this company is explosive, I mean it very directly.
Right now, as I write this, the stock's trading at 76% below where it was two and a half years ago.
At that price, and with Tullow about to make their moves, it's only a matter of weeks —maybe even days — before the major institutions start buying this thing up.
They'll do whatever it takes to grab huge chunks of this company and sit on it until the profits start to roll in.
Your chance at bargain prices will only be around for a few more weeks, at best.
After that, with new financing streaming in from Wall Street, London, Moscow, and Beijing, this train will leave the station... and never return.
And that's not me being dramatic.  
That's just how these financial institutions work.
The stock will rise as we head into the summer, and never come back to where it is.
Aggressive claims? Well, for anybody else, it may be...
But I've made a career out of predicting where new and sudden bull markets will arise.

The Bigger the Trouble, the Bigger the Paychecks
 My name is Christian DeHaemer.
I'm the investment director and editor-in-chief of the Crisis and Opportunityinvestment news letter.
Before I continue, I'd like you to read a quote that sums up everything I know about investing:
"The time to buy is when there's blood in the streets."
Credited to Baron Rothschild, patriarch of the legendary Rothschild banking family who made a fortune buying into the panic following Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo, this old quote has never been more true than it is today.
In times when investors are scared and the markets are unstable, I become confident, hungry, and — most of all — aggressive.
It's a policy that's worked for me for almost two decades now.
In that time, we've seen three wars, two tech bubbles, the housing bubble, skyrocketing oil prices, plunging oil prices, and the subprime mortgage crisis...
And I've made money on them all.
Just look at a small sample list of my past recommendations:

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If you read that list closely, you'll notice that each and every play on it belongs to an industry that's seen major downswings in recent history: tech, banking, biotech, dot-com...
They've all reeled from their own specific recessions... not to mention the aftermath of 2007's mortgage crisis which trickled down to affect everything.
On each and every one of these pullbacks — as well as dozens of smaller implosions affecting individual companies — I've waited, invested heavily, and made boatloads.
I'm not alone in this, folks...
Buying low is what we all want to do.
I'm just good at knowing when to stop freaking out and stockpiling beans, and when to start trading.
Everything my years of experience tell me is that that time is already here — right now.
What's happening today in the energy market makes this the most exciting period I've seen yet...
Most likely, it's as exciting a time as any of us will see in our investment careers.
And here's the big reason why:


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What you're looking at is called the Hubbert curve.
It's nothing less than a map of the modern industrial age.
The curve tracks fossil fuel production as it went through its early boom periods in the first half of the 20th century...
Through periods of transition, where the American Oil empires gradually gave way to foreign powers such as Canada, Russia, and the OPEC cartel...
And it goes on to track what's in store for us in the years to come.
According to M. King Hubbert's original 1956 prediction, global production would peak in the first decade of the 21st century.
This was a remarkable prognosis, as current estimations seem to still agree with what he originally said more than 50 years ago...
It was bleak enough in its original form, which predicted world shortages and global price hikes to start just a few years from now...
But one very important variable was missing from the original equation.
You see, the chart of discovery and production isn't as straight-forward as originally thought.
Hubbert left a key variable out of his calculations that modern analysts today were forced to consider.
He figured oil would just be found and produced at a constant rate, until it was all gone. The fact he neglected to consider was the cost, in resources, of finding and pumping oil out of the world's less-accessible deposits.
When this variable was worked into the equation by today's industry insiders, here's the result:
The revised chart below illustrates the difference between a 'gross' Hubbert curve, and a 'net' Hubbert curve.

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You can clearly see the difference when we account for the added cost in resources to mine the most remote, hardest-to-reach oil.
When I say 'less-accessible deposits', I'm talking specifically about operations like this:

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That photo was of British Petroleum's now famous failure of 2010 — the ultra-deepwater drilling rig, Deepwater Horizon, which exploded in the Gulf of Mexico in May of last year as it was trying to tap some of the deepest, highest-pressure oil deposits explored to date.
Today, going for the hard-to-reach oil isn't the exception anymore. It's becoming the norm. And it's only going to get harder from here.
As oil becomes harder and more costly to find and produce, the future of fossil fuel becomes much, much bleaker than it already is.
Talk about blood running in the streets...
What we're looking at here is the single biggest industrial, socioeconomic, and humanitarian crisis modern civilization has ever faced...
Which, applying Rothschild's simple yet indisputable logic, makes it the biggest investment opportunity you'll see in your lifetime.
Because with oil now a globally-recognized endangered species, every drop still in the ground is gaining in value by the day.
Turning places like East Africa — specifically, places like Kenya — into tomorrow's booming economies.
In my world, the opportunities simply do not stack up better than this.
Years from now, we'll be looking back on these early days, marveling at how quickly things developed.
I know this because I've seen it happen before.
You see, I'm a bit of a fanatic when it comes to emerging markets.
Last year, I gave readers one of the best recommendations of my career when I picked a Mongolian oil company:

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It was a quiet stock when I first recommended it. But I knew where it was headed.
I was as sure of it as I'm sure that the sun will rise each morning. Sometimes, that's just the way stocks are.
And now, I'm feeling the same thing I was feeling then.
Only this time around, with crude prices growing almost as fast as I write my updates, this newest oil play might turn into the biggest energy investment of my career...
Or of your investment life.
It's the sort of opportunity that I hold out for to write about in my Crisis and Opportunity investment advisory.
Because while 100%, 200%, even 500% and 600% gainers might be a fairytale for other analysts...
They're what my readers have come to expect.
But don't take my word for it. Here's what readers like you have already said:

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As you can see, making money for my readers is as easy as following my basic, step-by-step instructions.
Those who listen to me tend to make profits they'd never dreamed possible from main-stream wealth management advisories and services.
And best of all, they do it on a regular basis.
But let's get down to reality for a moment...
For consistent gains like the kind you've just seen, made from stock plays that the big boys on Wall Street probably won't even hear about until they see the write up on the front page of the Wall Street Journal...
How much would you expect to pay?
I can tell you right now that a membership in a leading hedge fund requires a standard minimum of a $100,000 investment — not to mention annual maintenance fees and commissions that eat up between 2% of your stake, and 20% of your profits!
That's potentially hundreds of thousands you need to spend just to get your foot in the door...
And there's still no guarantee you'll make any money with these guys.
In fact, in 2009, when the Dow Jones gained 16% across the board...
The world's 1,658 hedge funds, which are all tracked and indexed by Barclays, averaged a measly 24.1% gain.
The following year, when the Dow rose just 9%, my portfolio did 54% in average gains across 32 stock picks.
And because my hold times tend to be short, that translates into an annualized gain of 307%.
And remember, that was Crisis and Opportunity's first year out. This year, we're already set to shatter that record.
And I don't ask for a $100,000 investment or hundreds of thousands in fees and commissions for the privilege of making you money.
So that brings us back to the question, What's a service like this worth?
$5,000? $10,000?
Not even close.
Even though it would still be a bargain at either those rates, you can have CAO today, for a full year...
For just $995.
An amount you'll probably make back several times over in your first trade alone.
And the full benefits of one of the best track records available to the investment community today.
I'm telling you right now, it's the greatest bargain you'll ever see.
But it's more than just that. It's a bargain that comes with a guarantee: If for any reason at all you're not 100% satisfied with the service, with the performance of the stocks... Or if you just wake up one morning and decide that you don't like guys of Flemish descent...
I'll refund 100% your subscription charge, no questions asked.
So there's zero risk to you. Your profits are yours to keep.
I know what you're going to say...
$995 isn't exactly chump change — not today, anyway.
I understand this all too well, and I want to keep things fair...
Which is why right now, I'm offering a quarterly option for CAO. Sign up today and get billed automatically every three months for $279.
The same 100% money-back guarantee stays in place, but your initial cash outlay is slashed by 72%.
Most guys in my business would blush just hearing about an offer like this, but I do it with a straight face and without a single reservation.
Because I know that once you see your results, chances are slim that you'll ever consider asking for your money back. There's just too much to gain.
Within a month or two, you'll be writing emails like this:

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Or this:

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But that's not all there is to this deal...
Subscribe today, and you'll get immediate access to my brand-new report — Stealing from King Saud: Learn Where 2.24 Billion Barrels of Middle Eastern Oil Wound Up — which details everything you need to know about a tiny mining company about to come out in the lead of the emerging East Africa Oil industry...
You'll also get the following bonus reports:
  • Cold War Oil Rediscovered: Last-Chance Oil Profits in Mongolia — Learn about one of my all-time favorite oil plays, and cash in on oil that was once the personal property of Joseph Stalin.
  • Beyond Silver and Gold — As inflation takes hold, find out how the richest Americans are protecting their savings and growing their wealth with one simple, but commonly-overlooked industrial metals stock.
And, as additional features of my advisory, you'll also get:
  1. Buy/Sell Alerts — Specific instructions on exactly how and when to buy and sell your positions.
  2. Instant updates — News updates for existing recommendations, complete with detailed reports and analyses of what to expect.
  3. Brand-new Recommendations — Delivered to your inbox the moment they appear in my portfolio.
It's a full service investment advisory, and it's custom-built to deliver information exactly when you need it, exactly where you'll have the fastest access — all for less than a cup of coffee a day...
Not much when you consider that in return, you're getting an investment strategy built on a company which, in the next few years, could go from a $1.80 stock to a multi-billion-dollar giant as an entirely new region of the planet is developed for oil production.
It's a price point we established at the peak of the recession... and it's almost certain that we'll have to reconsider it very soon.
Here's the problem I'm facing:
You see, Crisis and Opportunity is currently at such a bargain that we're very quickly approaching the limit of my membership allotment, and new members will likely have to pay a premium for access to my portfolio in the very near future.
If you think it's out of greed, think again...
I've made more than enough in the markets over the years to never have to worry about regular income for the rest of my life.
It's just that with a file too big — and with too many readers hitting my recommendations the moment they're published — profits can and will be diluted for everyone.
At this point in my career, it's much more important to me to create a valuable product. And I simply will not jeopardize what I've accomplished in the name of sheer volume.
So this may be your last chance to get access to my Crisis and Opportunity investment advisory for the "recession rate" of $995/year or $279/quarterly.
I dare you to find anything with this sort of value, convenience, and proven track record — anywhere...
Not to mention my 30-day, no-questions-asked, iron-clad money-back guarantee.
Whatever you do, though, do it fast.
Because while I might wait... my favorite new oil company won't.
Invest well,



Christian DeHaemer
Investment Director, Crisis and Opportunity

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P.S. As oil continues to rise into the summer travel season, property holders across the oil-producing world are funneling seasonal profits into more development. What happens on August 11, 2011, will likely set off a second chain reaction in East Africa — changing not just the economic landscape of the region, but of the global oil market as a whole. This opportunity won't wait.
P.P.S. This just in: Awaiting crucial news, a group of major insiders have just bought into this stock at $1.88. As of this moment, it's trading at $1.80. Don't wait another 

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