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What You Must Know About Crude Oil Stocks in 2016

Dear Reader,

You know the oil story…

Between 2008 and 2016 crude was pummelled 75%…prices plunged from US$140 a barrel to under US$35.

As a result, some of Australia’s biggest oil stocks have tanked. Woodside Petroleum, for example, is down 50% since 2009. Origin Energy shares plunged 48% in the 12 months to June. And Tap Oil is down 73%.

Well, according to Money Morning’s lead resource analyst, Jason Stevenson, we’re closing in on the oil bottom. As Jason says, now is the time to add a handful of quality oil stocks to your watchlist.

According to Jason, if you’re not ready to pounce on these stocks as the crude recovery unfolds — as it inevitable will — you stand to miss some potentially huge gains in the next two years.

He says: ‘You’ll never get another chance this decade to snap up top-notch oil firms this cheap. Make a play for a handful of big name Aussie oilers now and you could clean up as the crude ‘comeback’ unfolds.’

In a brand new Money Morning report, Jason hands you three prime oil targets to hold when the oil price returns to form, staging a comeback.

When oil turns…you’ll want to own these three Aussie drillers.

One company, a small, innovative oil and gas supplier operating out of the Cooper Basin looks incredibly cheap right now. It’s down 50% from its 2014 high. As Jason says: ‘[This] is definitely a stock you’ll want to own for the next crude bull market.

Grab your copy of Jason’s free report now and discover:

  • Why you should ignore what investment banks say about oil and oil stocks: Investment bank research is notoriously biased toward the big, listed companies who pay them for research. You’ll never hear the real oil story from these blokes. Download Jason’s report now and you’ll get the unbiased TRUTH on the oil sector for the latter half of 2016.
  • Crude hungry producers ready to fire up the rigs: Oil majors BP and Pioneer Natural Resources recently said they’ll increase oil production if prices stay above US$50 a barrel. Could this be the first sign in eight years that long term confidence from the top oilers is finally returning to the sector? Jason fills you in on the full story inside his report.
  • Three stocks to watch now in preparation for the crude comeback: China’s hungry for oil. They’ve boosted oil imports 20% this year, to eight million barrels PER DAY. And energy consultancy Wood Mackenzie says (emphasis mine): ‘$400bn in oil and gas projects have been shelved since the onset of the commodity slump. A great number of depleting fields will not be replaced. Point is, demand may outstrip supply sooner than you think. When that happens, you’ll see crude prices rise – FAST. The time to get in on these three top-notch Aussie oil stocks is now, while they’re still cheap.

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