Is it really earnings season?

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Hey, Anthony here:

This week we'll see an uptick in the number of companies reporting during the first earnings season of 2023.

But with all the reports of mass firings at major corporations including Microsoft, Amazon, and Google, it feels more like "lay off" season than earnings season…

And from what I'm seeing, there's much more on the horizon…

[Live] Cash In On the 2023 Energy Crisis

For 50 years, Saudi Arabia has priced its oil exports in American dollars.

But now, the world's top crude oil exporter says it is open to negotiating deals in currencies other than the U.S. dollar…

Bringing even more uncertainty to our country's position as a global energy leader.

Tomorrow at 11 a.m. Eastern, I'll be live to show you what this could mean for the future of the oil sector…

And how you can take advantage of what's coming — no matter if energy prices crumble or skyrocket.

Click here to save your seat for tomorrow's critical webinar… 

In Case You Missed It:

To big profits and beyond,

Anthony Speciale

Market Expert at Big Energy Profits


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