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  • Roger S. Conrad

Roger S. Conrad needs no introduction to individual and professional investors, many of whom have profited from his decades of experience uncovering the best dividend-paying stocks for accumulating sustainable wealth.

Roger built his reputation with Utility Forecaster, a publication he founded more than 20 years ago that The Hulbert Financial Digest routinely ranked as one of the best investment newsletters. He’s also a sought-after expert on master limited partnerships (MLP) and former Canadian royalty trusts.

In April 2013, Roger reunited with his long-time friend and colleague, Elliott Gue, becoming co-editor of Energy & Income Advisor, a semimonthly online newsletter that’s dedicated to uncovering the most profitable opportunities in the energy sector.

Although the masthead may have changed, readers can count on Roger to deliver the same high-quality analysis and rational assessment of the best dividend-paying utilities, MLPs and dividend-paying Canadian energy names.

Articles

Upstream Update, Canadian Edition

With the price differential between West Texas Intermediate and Western Canada Select crude oils widening to almost $40.00 per barrel, investors should expect volatility in Canada’s upstream space. We highlight our top picks to buy on a pullback and two higher-risk names to avoid at all costs.

Spotlight on North America

The shale revolution has enabled the US to grow its oil production for the first time in decades and overtake Russia as the world’s leading producer of natural gas. These dramatic changes in the North American energy landscape have created a host of profitable opportunities for savvy investors–and a number of pitfalls.

We review our price outlook for oil and natural gas in Canada and highlight our top three midstream names that operate north of the border. The recent decline in the price of Western Canada Select crude oil and the Canadian dollar have precipitated a slight pullback in these three stocks, giving investors an excellent buying opportunity.

We then turn our attention to recent developments in the US market and explain why recent drilling efficiency gains reinforce our view that natural-gas prices won’t eclipse $5.00 per million British thermal units. These developments have depressed the valuations of contract drillers that specialize in onshore rigs, giving investors  an excellent opportunity to buy into this turnaround story.

Canadian Energy Stocks: Rising Earnings, Falling Stock Prices

The 71 Canadian energy names that we track generally posted solid results for the quarter ended June 30, 2013. Nevertheless, many of these stocks have taken a beating in recent months, in part because of the Canadian dollar’s retreat to US$0.95 from US$1.04. This valuation reset gives US investors another opportunity to buy great Canadian energy names at bargain prices, locking in elevated dividends yields and diversifying their country and currency exposure.

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    • Elliott H. Gue

      Founder and Chief Analyst: Capitalist Times and Energy & Income Advisor

    • Roger S. Conrad

      Founder and Chief Analyst: Capitalist Times and Energy & Income Advisor