SOURCE: Angel Publishing

October 02, 2007 16:13 ET

The Truth on Peak Oil -- Why Oil's Prognosis Is Terminal

BALTIMORE, MD--(Marketwire - October 2, 2007) - Independent analyst and newsletter publisher Brian Hicks has been warning people about Peak Oil ever since 1997, when he first notified his readers of the coming oil shock. Today, the reality of Peak Oil is now being felt all over the globe.

Brian Hicks states in his investment advisory "Energy and Capital," "Regardless if Peak Oil happened last year, happens this year or next, one thing is for certain: when Peak Oil does happen, its impact on the world economy -- and the consumer lifestyles so many of us take for granted -- will be profound." Click on the link below to learn more about Peak Oil.

Today, gas prices are soaring... blood is being shed over dwindling oil supplies... and demand for energy has sent the uranium market into an absolute frenzy.

Hicks reports "nine out of ten of the largest oil fields in the world have already entered into decline," "oil prices have tripled since 2000," "oil companies are grasping at unconventional sources like oil sands to increase reserves," and the list goes on and on.

The energy crisis is just beginning to make its way into the media limelight but will soon become a media obsession. And a great opportunity will rise from this crisis.

Hicks reports in "Energy and Capital" that there will be those "who will exploit the commercial opportunities of a post-oil economy" and "the next twelve months will present the biggest, boldest energy-related profits you'll see in decades."

Hicks reports in "Energy and Capital" on the Peak Oil crisis and how to profit from it. To learn more, Hicks will be interviewed Wednesday, October 3 at 6:30pm EDT on live TV Bloomberg Asia Pacific with Cathy Yong.

Hicks has written a free research report on the subject. To receive this free report as well as a free subscription to "Energy and Capital," you can click on the link below.

Contact Information

  • Christina Babylon
    Angel Publishing