Stock Power Daily — Tiny Oil Stock Offers Big Gains Headed Into 2023

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Tiny Oil Stock Offers Big Gains Headed Into 2023

  • Shale gas and tight oil are pulled from dense rock formations.

  • The U.S. will produce 33.7 trillion cubic feet using this method by 2050.

  • This Power Stock’s key component is used to pull oil and gas from rock formations. It rates a 93 on our proprietary system.
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Matt Clark,
Research Analyst

The oil bull market is ramping up, and that means companies are doing whatever they can to extract oil from the ground as demand increases.

Hydraulic fracturing started in 1947 in my home state of Kansas.

The process is straightforward.

Crews shoot high-pressure liquid into rock formations to break up bedrock and reveal shale gas and tight oil in the ground.

The production of shale gas and tight oil plays in the U.S. is set to expand in a huge way over the next several decades:

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In 2000, the U.S. only pulled about 1.8 trillion cubic feet of oil and gas out of the ground using hydraulic fracturing.

By 2050, we will extract 33.7 trillion cubic feet this way … a 1,772.2% increase! And that’s a 35% increase from 2021’s totals.

That leads me to today’s Power Stock … a supplier of a key component used for successful hydraulic fracturing.

And I found it using Adam’s Stock Power Ratings system.

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Micron's Sales Drop Forecasts Trouble Ahead

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Micron Technology Inc. (Nasdaq: MU) makes computer memory chips.

Its chips are in data storage systems, automobiles, consumer electronics, communications products, servers and computers. Its products are so ubiquitous, its revenue is a leading indicator of the economy.

In the quarter that ended on December 1, the company reported its revenue dropped 47% and management projected the decline would worsen to more than 50% in the next quarter. You can see the decline in the chart below. This is a steep drop, but it's not unprecedented.

Larger declines in revenue occurred when the Asian financial crisis slowed the global economy in 1997, after the tech bubble burst in 2000 and before the pandemic shut down the world in 2019. Each of those was followed by steep stock market declines.

Maybe this time is different, but it's probably not.

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