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How to make +700% on the worldwide demand for commodities


Worldwide demand for commodities has soared. 2006-03-02

Most investors are familiar with the increasing worldwide demand for oil and gas. A demand that pushed oil up to historic highs of $55 a barrel in 2004, and more recently to $65+ a barrel. This is where some VERY BIG profits have been made over the last 2 years.

But most individual investors have overlooked these companies. Most will never have even heard of these companies!  Two of the companies in our  International aggressive Portfolio have returned in excess of 700% in a little over 2 years!

These stellar performers are Russian Gas and Oil companies, that most investors have never heard of . A third company, also unknown by the investing public is currently in our International Aggressive Portfolio. The details are available to our subscribers.

The Big Oil companies like BP and Exxon are awash with cash, after huge profits were made in 2005. They are looking to buy up smaller Oil & Gas companies with proven reserves. This company is only just coming to the attention of the institutional investors. As investors begin to discover this one, the share price will probably go a lot higher. 

The company is already attracting attention from some of the fund managers of the best small-cap mutual funds and unit trusts. Buying shares of this company today could be like buying Gazprom or Tatneft 3 years ago, when they were still virtually unknown.

Early investors, who bought into Gazprom back then have seen returns of over 750% from their shares, Tatneft is up over 800%!

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Disclaimer: All the information above is provided as a service for individuals and institutions. It should in no way be construed as a recommendation as an investment. Investment decisions should be based on the risk tolerance and planning horizon of the investor. Market participants must understand that past performance is also not a guarantee or predictor of future results.