Energy Sector Lifts Wall Street

Cabot Webinar Will Focus on Top Energy Stocks

Recent spikes in oil prices are lifting energy stocks. This renaissance in energy-related companies will be the topic of a new Cabot webinar, "How You Can Reap Huge Profits from the American Energy Boom."

Specific buying opportunities in the energy sector will be the focus of the webinar.

The speaker panel will include Brendan Coffey, Editor of Cabot Global Energy Investor. In 2010, Brendan helped his subscribers achieve a 24% return in a year when the Nasdaq Composite gained only 17%, and the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrials were only up 10%.

Also on the speaker roster will be Roger Conrad, Editor of Utility Forecaster and The Canadian Edge, and Associate Editor of Personal Finance. Roger has helped his readers rack up safe, steady double-digit gains of 15.47% annually since 1990.

These other investment and energy experts also will sit on the speaker panel: John Nyaradi, Publisher of Wall Street Sector Selector: Professional ETF Trading; Mark Henwood, Chief Executive Officer of hydroelectric facilities operator Henwood Associates; and Roy Periana, PhD, Professor of Chemistry at Scripps Research Institute and Director of Scripps Energy Laboratories.

Cabot's Editorial Director, John Persinos, will moderate the webinar.

To register for this hour-long, interactive online event, click here.


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