In which sector to invest in 2012?
Dr Thomas Chaize
February 10th, 2012
www.dani2989.com We begin the year 2012 with a barrel of Brent (North Sea, United Kingdom) to 110 dollars a barrel of WTI to over $ 100. In 2011, annual average, a barrel of Brent crude was at $ 110 each ($ 97.6 in 2008) and barrel WTI (West Texas Internediate, United Kingdom) to $ 94.8 ($ 99 in 2008): price levels similar to the record year 2008 ...
Meanwhile, major oil companies are price levels below those of 2008. The largest oil producers are valued at 7-10 times earnings with a dividend of 3 to 7%, the cap often less than the value of net assets and the peak oil perspective long term ..
The Amex Oil Index is the index of major oil companies.
The situation of junior oil is even more interesting since you have many, many juniors who are at price levels similar to those of the 2008-9 crisis. While the level of risk "geologic" and "politics" is very high, but the potential gain in the event of drilling success is always up. There is no guarantee the success of drilling, but when the drilling is a good positive development, it is guaranteed by many buyers. Today, these juniors are forced to go to remote geographical areas, extreme weather conditions, sometimes chaotic geopolitical situations and the technical complex.
Do not forget other areas such as industrial metals (copper, zinc, lithium ...), precious metals (gold, silver, platinum), agriculture (potash, phosphate ...), diamond, etc.. But be very careful in timing, buying at the wrong time in the right area can waste a lot of time.
Black gold is the major axis of investment for 2012 and future years. Oil and energy are like the foundations of the building, followed by other commodities according to the opportunities.
Dr Thomas Chaize
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