Cody Winters’ Oil and Gas Investment Tips, News, and More

Investment advisor Cody Winters shares tips on oil and gas investments, news about the industry, the latest updates on Southlake Resources Group, and more right here on this page. Dedicated to helping investors find the right opportunity for increasing their earning potential through investing in the energy sector, Mr. Winters assures readers that he will do his best to keep this page as current as possible. He hopes that information shared here can help them better understand why the oil and gas industry is an excellent avenue for portfolio diversification.

Hello, all! It’s Cody Winters once more. This page is for all of you who want to increase their retirement funds, enhance their company’s financial portfolio, or simply invest in their future. Whether you’re an individual investor, a corporation, foundation, or a representative of other entities looking for unique investment opportunities, you will find this page an excellent source of information for the oil and gas industry.

It is understandable to want to learn everything there is to know about the industry before investing your money in oil and gas. When clients come to me to discuss their investment options, one of their initial concerns usually revolves around the future of oil and gas in the market. Briefly, I tell them the price-driving factors that can influence the performance of oil and gas on the local and global markets.

These price-driving influences include the following:

  • Demand
  • Supply
  • Quality
  • Speculation

It is best to discuss these factors with your investment or financial advisor in person as you will most likely have a number of questions for every detail explained to you. If you wish to consult with me or my team at Southlake Resources Group, please feel free to contact us at your convenience.

As for the matter of investment, clients are provided with two general options; direct and indirect exposure. In a nutshell, direct exposure investments are in the form of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) or exchange-traded notes (ETNs). With both options, you are investing in future contracts that provide you with a hedge against price fluctuations. You can either invest in a single commodity only like oil or gas, or invest in multiple commodities like different variations of oil or gas (natural gas and gasoline/petrol, for example). They are excellent avenues for portfolio diversification.

With indirect exposure investment, you are investing in energy stocks.

In either case, you are advised to conduct an in-depth discussion with your investment advisor to determine the right investment opportunity based on your short and long-term financial goals and your financial capacity and situation.

If you wish to learn how this type of investment works, I recommend that you check out investment simulators online where you will be provided with virtual money and investment platforms. You can use these as your practice platforms so you can get a feel of how the entire thing goes.

For more investment tips and news, please visit this site regularly. If you wish to get in touch with me, Cody Winters; please contact me directly through this site.