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A jump in oil prices is creating trading opportunities in these investments

Historically, disruptions like this cause big price swings that eventually reverse themselves.


A jump in oil prices is creating trading opportunities in these investments, according to TheAroraReport

Historically, disruptions like this cause big price swings that eventually reverse themselves.

• Oil has, as of this writing, broken above the trendline.

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• Other countries also have oil reserves that may be used to cushion a price rise.

• It is relatively easy to increase production of oil in the United States.

Concerns The situation should calm down without much of an impact on investors, unless scenarios similar to the following occur:

• Iran attempts and succeeds in closing the Strait of Hormuz. The Strait of Hormuz is a choke point in oil shipments.

• Regarding oil equities, ETFs XLE, +3.36%, XOP, +10.80% and OIH, +8.59% are of interest.

• Of significant interest are oil-service stocks such as Halliburton HAL, +10.95% and Schlumberger SLB, +5.30%.

• Refiners such as Valero Energy VLO, -3.67% may benefit.

Historically, such incidents tend to de-escalate and early moves in stocks and ETFs reverse in due course. This represents mostly trading opportunities and not necessarily long-term investing opportunities.

Read more: MarketWatch

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Evidence points to Iranian hand in oil attack, says Saudi alliance, as prices soar'Despite Iran's malign efforts we are very confident that the market is resilient and will respond positively,' said Energy Secretary Perry following an attack on Saudi Arabia that triggered the biggest surge in oil prices since 1991. Follow the updates: “Despite mossads’ and the cias efforts...” WagTheDog Perry Throwing a glance at what happens in the Middle East shines more light on, the region has No room for the wearing-diaper American terrorists. Sooner or later all of them will have to sneak away& leave the floor to Iran.

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