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Oil & Gas Research

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    Oil & Gas Research Sample Reports

    Our Daily oil & gas research is sent out via email every morning.  In addition, Weekly reports are sent out on Mondays, and Monthly reports are sent out on the first Monday of the month.  These reports are brief and to the point, but very informational and impactful.

    Educational Videos

    Our research reports probably look different than most other oil & gas reports you may receive.  We have made some short, helpful videos to show you how to read the reports and understand the research so that it’s more meaningful to you.  (Videos are best viewed in full-screen mode.) (Please note: The charts used in these videos are not current.  For a current view of the oil and gas markets, please ask for a free trial to our research.)

    Video 1 – Introduction (4:33) – An overview of our multi-disciplined research process and how it is useful to the oil & gas industry.

    Video 2 – How to Read the Reports (6:34) – An overview of the key elements when reading a report.

    Video 3 – Cloud (5:05) – An overview of how to interpret an Ichimoku (Cloud) chart, and how it is constructed.

    Video 4 – Moving Average & Momentum (4:53) – How to understand and interpret the basics of a Moving Average and a Momentum indicator.

    Video 5 – Point & Figure – Trend (7:43) – An overview of how a point & figure chart is constructed.

    Video 6 – Point & Figure Price Targets (7:57) – How price targets are derived from a point & figure chart and their importance to trend.