by JL Yastine
The Sovereign Investor
There’s a reason why oil is called black gold.
Like bullion, it’s difficult to find in large quantities, hard to get out of the ground, and — relative to all the people who want or need it — there never seems to be enough to go around.
There’s one key difference though: Bullion can be sliced, diced, melted, cooled and reused again.
Oil? We just keep burning more of the stuff every day.
All of which means — given the fearful headlines about a new “bear market in oil” — this is a second chance to buy into petroleum stocks or the commodity itself … and be well rewarded.