The AAII Philadelphia Chapter presents...

Higher for Longer: How to Profit from Sustained High Energy Prices

    Discussed by:

    Elliott Gue
    Editor and Publisher, Energy & Income Advisor

Politicians like to blame rising energy prices on speculation, and many pundits seem to regard $100/bbl oil as a temporary phenomenon driven solely by global geopolitics. But, they’re wrong. Rising demand from developing countries coupled with difficulties in increasing global oil output are the main drivers of rising energy prices, and both trends are here to stay. China still consumes a fraction of the oil developed economies use on a per capita basis but rising disposable incomes there will continue to drive convergence. Meanwhile, most of the major new fields being discovered are tough-to-produce reserves such as those in the deep water, Arctic and unconventional fields such as oil sands. Elliott Gue will examine the true drivers of energy prices and a handful of companies best-placed to benefit from a prolonged period of high and rising energy prices.

Attend This Meeting and Learn...
Which high-yield master limited partnerships (MLPs) are best poised to profit from oil and gas development in the U.S. and internationally
How the discovery and development of a host of deepwater fields is driving up demand for deepwater rigs and related services, and which companies are best poised to profit
How to value and evaluate high-yield MLPs and U.S. royalty funds

Wednesday, October 3, 2012
6:00 p.m.    Registration/Social
7:00 p.m.    Program
8:00 p.m.    Q&A
Doubletree Suites Philadelphia West
640 Fountain Road
Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania, 19462
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In Advance (by 9/28), AAII Member, Member’s Family & Guests,
$12/person; Non-Members, $15/person
At the Door (space permitting), Everyone, $17/person
No Refunds

  Special Interest Groups (SIGs)


Computerized Investing
Chris Morris,
This group is dedicated to the art and science of technical analysis. We look at stock charts and indicators through the eyes of some of our members. The members comprise all levels of understanding, from the inexperienced to the seasoned investor. The experienced members are always willing to assist the less knowledgeable. We meet every third Saturday of each month from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please email for information and directions.

Mutual Funds
John Kiernan, 215/348-8310
Meets at Penn Wynne Library, 130 Overbrook Pkwy., Wynnewood, PA, 610/642-7844, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. on the second Tuesday of the month. This is a working group that examines mutual fund newsletters, software, member portfolios (in percentage terms), decision processes and related topics.

Options and Strategies
Geraldine DePaula, 215/233-3838
Meets at Easttown Library, just south of US 30 at 720 First Avenue in Berwyn, PA, 610/644-0138, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., usually on the first Tuesday of the month. (For a map, visit, then click the link: Directions:.) This SIG helps familiarize members with how options may be used in different aspects of portfolio management, including income supplementation and asset protection. It introduces the differing strategies in plain language and offers the opportunity to ask questions and share ideas with fellow AAII members. We have members at all levels of experience with options and any one evening may have discussions on many levels.

Value Investing
Bob Bolder, 267/467-4178
Usually meets 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. on the third Tuesday of the month. This group discusses the investment merits of (usually) two stocks, using the criteria established by such well-known investors as Warren Buffett, Mario Gabelli, Benjamin Graham and Peter Lynch. Please phone Bob Bolder to learn the meeting location.

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