Will Oil Markets Rebalance in 2016?
JT Long of Streetwise’s The Energy Report talks with Frank Holmes and analyst Samuel Pelaez about the possibility of oil markets rebalancing in 2016.
JT Long of Streetwise’s The Energy Report talks with Frank Holmes and analyst Samuel Pelaez about the possibility of oil markets rebalancing in 2016. The two agree that there are still winners in the energy space, but you have to “move quickly.”
Sam and Frank highlight some of the sectors, such as refiners and low-cost producers, which are taking advantage of opportunities in this space. See which energy names these money managers have their eye on for the Global Resources Fund (PSPFX) by reading the full interview here.
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