The AAII Baltimore Chapter presents...

The 21st-Century Energy Boom: Top Trends for Growth and Income

    Discussed by:

    Elliott Gue
    Editor and Publisher, Energy & Income Advisor

Powered by insatiable demand from emerging markets, global oil consumption hit a new quarterly record in the third quarter of 2010 and will reach new annual heights in 2011. In this session we’ll take a closer look at the outlook for three key energy commodities—oil, coal and natural gas—as well as the companies best poised to profit from rising demand and ongoing supply constraints. We’ll also examine master limited partnerships (MLPs), a fast-expanding universe of tax-advantaged, high-yield securities that are building the crucial infrastructure needed to accommodate fast-growing production from America’s oil and gas shale fields.

Attend This Meeting and Learn...
What drives tanker rates and which firms are best positioned to sustain and grow their long-term payouts
Which MLPs are best positioned to benefit from the rapid development of U.S. oil and gas shale fields
Why alternative energy won’t replace fossil fuels for the foreseeable future and why most wind and solar companies are a poor investment

Saturday, August 13, 2011
9:40 a.m.    Registration/Social
10:00 a.m.    Program
11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.    Q&A
Brooklyn Park Library Branch
1 East 11th Ave.
Baltimore, MD
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Everyone price: $7 after 8/11
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Everyone price: $10
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