The “sweet spot” in the new shale boom

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Clever investors pocketed millions from gains during the first shale boom.

312% on Hallador, 757% on EOG, and 9,873% on Chesapeake in the last decade.

But if you missed the boat, gains from the second shale boom could be 5x bigger.

Because, unlike the last boom, this supercycle involves saving U.S. emergency reserves and perfecting the bridge for a smooth transition to cheaper energy sources in the 2030s.

This type of energy transition only happens once in decades, hence the outrageous profits.

Continue here: One "sweet spot" for bigger returns in the second shale boom.


99% Of The Trading Signals You Get Are Fake, Leading To Painful Losses That Make You Depressed

 But it doesn't have to be that way.

I remember hearing whispers among higher-ups at Five Star Bank that better-than-expected earnings would send shares soaring in the second quarter.

Then, the news broke…

The bank's revenue jumped 15% during one of the worst bank runs in decades. And if you targeted the setup, as some of us did, your investment grew 230% in three months.

That's just one example of generating cash flow from "real" opportunities…

Weeks or months before they become breaking news on every major news outlet.

See more examples & learn which opportunities to target for consistent cash flow.

To big profits and beyond,


Anthony S.
Energy Expert at Big Energy Profits

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