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Energy & Income Advisor

With the shale oil and gas revolution going mainstream, too many investors are overly focused on identifying the next big onshore discovery. But you shouldn't overlook this lucrative investment opportunity in the shallow-water Gulf of Mexico, the booming oil play that time and the Super Majors forgot.

Energy experts Elliott Gue and Roger Conrad, founders and chief editors
of Energy & Income Advisor, highlight an under-the-radar oil play
that’s generating huge profits for in-the-know investors.

Like the companies that explore for and produce oil, successful energy investing involves a constant search for names on the cusp of something big.

And, boy, have we found a gusher.

This small-cap stock is already up 40 percent this year and still has a lot of headroom. This pick reminds us of many of the leading shale oil and gas producers that we were recommending back in 2006 and 2008.

This modern-day investment story starts with a history lesson, a story of American grit, courage and innovation.

Flash back to 1947, the year that the US first became a net importer of crude oil. Shell Oil had emerged from World War II as a shell of a company, facing a severe shortage of oil reserves and an inferior market position relative to most of its American rivals.

Instead of giving up the ghost and fading into obscurity, Shell bet its future on finding and producing offshore oil in the Gulf of Mexico--a gutsy call, for sure.

In the late 1940s, the company built a cutting-edge research center in Houston and staffed the facility with scientists and engineers who churned out a steady stream of innovations that saved the company from the scrap heap and made offshore production a reality.

That's enough history for now.

The Oil that Time and the Super Majors Forgot

Let's fast-forward to modern times and a small-capitalization oil company that found itself in a similarly desperate situation.

In 2009 Energy Partners filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, laid low by the financial crisis and subsequent collapse in oil and gas prices.

But the company emerged with a new name and a new strategy: To drill for the oil that time and the Super Majors forgot.

By the 1980s, Chevron, Shell and the other mega oil companies that pioneered offshore drilling had moved into the deepwater in the search for major finds.

But our under-the-radar oil company bet that these energy giants had missed a lot of crude oil in the shallow-water Gulf of Mexico.

This calculated gamble paid off—with huge profits.

In the first half of 2013, our top-secret oil pick had a drilling success rate of 83 percent.

And thanks to lower operating costs in shallow regions, the company can fund its planned drilling programs from cash flow. (Spendthrift shale oil and gas producers that can live within their cash flow are few and far between.)

Even better, the company has identified 79 potential projects containing 65 million barrels of oil equivalent worth of proved and probable (2P) reserves.

How the "Tortoise King" Wins the Race
"My most valuable investing trait? At the risk of sounding dull, I'd have to say it's patience.
Maybe that's why they call me the "Tortoise King." I'm not sure it's a compliment, but it works for me.
Starting in the late 1980s—when I was still in my 20s and just getting started in my career—I opened a series of dividend reinvestment plans. In 1992, I put $250 in what was then Texaco, and now is Chevron. It seems like nothing today, but that was a fair chunk of money for me at the time.
Now I wish I had put in more. A lot more! Because over the past 20 years, that $250 has grown to nearly $10,000, all on its own, just by reinvesting its rising stream of dividends and watching the company grow. Same goes for some hugely successful DRIPs I bought for Philadelphia Suburban (now Aqua America), Dominion Resources and other "boring" utility companies.
I've made plenty of mistakes over my investing career, but one thing I did right is to leave these investments alone, and let these great companies grow and pay me more every year. And I've never forgotten that, no matter how hairy the markets have gotten at times."

This steady business of finding smaller oil deposits that the majors overlooked during the 1960s and 1970s is balanced with a high-risk, high-reward strategy that could send the stock to the moon.

Using advanced seismic technologies, our top pick has identified potentially huge oil deposits more than 10,000 feet below the floor of the shallow-water.

Recent drilling results from other operators have been encouraging--if the company's drilling efforts pan out, the stock could take off like a Texas gusher.

The Expertise to Energize Your Portfolio

The move to a 24-hour news cycle has created an environment where sensationalism rules the day, with media outlets jockeying to attract the most eyeballs–and advertising dollars. Against this backdrop, investing in what you know is critical to building wealth in the stock market.

We’re Elliott Gue and Roger Conrad and we know energy.

In fact, we’ve been helping individual investors identify the most profitable opportunities in this sector for almost 40 years. You may know us from The Energy Strategist, Utility Forecaster and MLP Profits--long-running investment advisories that we founded and ran for decades.

We left our old publisher and founded Energy & Income Advisor with one goal in mind: to provide individual investors with unbiased, high-quality research and in-depth analysis of profitable investment opportunities.

Over the years, we’ve made a number of winning calls, from recommending leading shale player EOG Resources (NYSE: EOG) back in 2006 and high-yield favorite SeaDrill (NYSE: SDRL) after the BP oil spill prompted panicked investors to sell the stock. In each instance, readers who followed our lead booked gains of almost 200%.

This year, one of our favorite producers of silica sand has generated a total return of 140%, while one of our top oil and gas producers has thrilled investors with an 85% gain.

Some of our top picks for 2014 focus on surging US energy exports, especially diesel, condensate and propane--under-the-radar stories that we expect to go mainstream over the next 12 months.

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The regular price for a year of Energy & Income Advisor, which gives you the next 12 months of all our energy research, complete with stocks picks, precise buy and sell prices, plus continual updates is $999.
Sticking to One Thing and Doing It Well
I'm an energy guy. Always have been and always will be.
Now and then I envy those investing dilettantes who flit around from one "hot sector" to the next. I'll be the first to admit there are plenty of fascinating nooks and crannies in the markets apart from energy - and other ways to make decent money, too.
But I can assure you that I wouldn't have been invited to address the G-8 conference in Tokyo if I had been a jack-of-all-trades. When you spend your entire investment career focused on one sector you develop an invaluable perspective - and a good grip on the big picture. And that's an advantage that no generalist will ever have.
This perspective has proved to be lucrative. For example, when fear-mongering pundits claimed that the Macondo oil spill marked the end of offshore drilling, I explained to the crowds at the 2010 San Francisco MoneyShow that the death of deepwater exploration and production was greatly exaggerated. Investors who heeded my contrarian call were handsomely rewarded after investing on shares of contract drillers and equipment providers.
So I'll stick to what I know best. And I have no doubt I'll stay busy: the energy industry is so complex, varied and far-reaching that it offers more opportunities than a single investor could take advantage of in a lifetime.

But we're offering you access to this service for $549--that's 45% off the regular price.

And if you subscribe today, you can lock in this special discounted rate of $549 forever. That's right. No matter what we charge investors in future years, you'll pay only $549 annually.

Specialized advisory services like ours often sell for $2,000 or more a year. So our $549 introductory fee is a bargain--especially since most other services cover only a part of the picture.

That's how we used to operate, too. For years, we released our energy research piecemeal in a string of narrow publications. Together, those services cost more than $1,500 per year--and we had thousands of subscribers happy to pay up.

Now that we're on our own, we're trying something different. Energy & Income Advisor covers the entire energy investment waterfront in one publication. This makes our own lives simpler and gives our readers more value at the same time.

Your subscription will give you instant access to a treasure trove of investment knowledge and tools:

  • Two issues of Energy & Income Advisor each month that contain Elliott and Roger’s  in-depth analysis of global energy markets and investment opportunities
  • Access to our Focus List, Elliott and Roger’s top stocks in today’s market, and two Model Portfolios that are sorted by risk, from conservative holdings that you can buy and forget to riskier fare that offers the potential for explosive returns
  • Unmatched coverage of oil and gas royalty trusts and initial public offerings in the energy patch
  • Vital statistics on all 99 energy-focused MLPs, as well as Elliott and Roger’s invaluable insights, comments and analysis. Our MLP Ratings table is a must-read for any serious investor with money in master limited partnerships.
  • Roger Conrad’s expert coverage of more than 70 dividend-paying Canadian energy stocks. Energy & Income Advisor is your top resource for fat yields and huge returns North of the Border.
  • Actionable Alerts that notify you of buying opportunities or analyze stock-specific developments.
  • Exclusive monthly Live Chats in which subscribers can fire away with any stock-specific or market-related question that might be on their mind. Other analysts charge as much as $5,000 for this level of access.
  • A Free Bonus Subscription to Capitalist Times Premium ($99 value), our generalist investment advisory.
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All sorts of stocks pay dividends. But when you sift through the real cash cows–stocks yielding 6% or more–seven of the 10 top long-term winners are in energy. And they averaged a 688% gain each.

Clearly, if you're after profits that could make a real difference in your financial situation, dividend-paying energy stocks are a good hunting ground.

We're putting everything we know into our new service... and you can try it before you decide to buy it. So why not take us up on that 30-day trial period and see for yourself?


To Your Wealth,

Roger Conrad Elliott Gue