Oil and Investing – Insider Trading with Steve Kalayjian

January 12, 2015 – Stock Broker and Investor Steve Kalayjian offers insights into the price of oil and how it affects the market. Since June oil has declined $61 and today oil hit a low of $46.63 oil and on Friday January 9th, oil closed at $48.18. Steve’s price range has been between $40.00 and $45.00. Based on the projections that Steve has seen he feels early this week we are going to get one more push down in oil. If this is the case, there are three names to buy 1- (PVA) Pennsylvania Virginia at a purchase price at $4.50 and $5.50, (USO) an exchange traded fund, one that mirrors oil and look to purchase at $17.50 and $18.00, (UWTI) it is three times leverage oil Steve will look to purchase at $2.50 and $3.00 a share. There are two factors in oil that indicate a positive rally. The first is the significant oversold condition, the second are the divergences between the commodity of oil and the oil stocks. The stocks are not making new lows as oil did today. For Steve it is a clear sign that we are near or at the bottom. One more push means a huge opportunity for investors to buy these stocks.

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  • Anthony Phillips

    I fall right in middle of the millennial at 25 years old and hungrier than ever. I am a sales addict and always will do what ever it takes! Great post and your books back up everything you preach!

    • Geramy Cullins

      I second that, Anthony. Ill be 26, made 80 last year and its not even close to enough for me. Unfortunately, not as many people our age want it enough, fortunately for us, we do!

      • Anthony Phillips

        I agree. Earning money creates a disciplined lifestyle where all the stuff that matters falls along with it. Success with money will bring more freedom that will allow the family and people to around you to enjoy. The best part of it is that along the journey, you meet these people who will become family and the “old” friends that aren’t supporting you in that will only hurt you.

    • Wes McConney

      I’m right there too, 27 and hungry for success, been in car sales for 2 years now. Loving every day but I want more. I have been listening to the 10x rule and sell to survive and I’m looking at things differently than I ever thought before. #dontbealittlebitch

    • Thanks Anthony!

      • Adrian Zepeda

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    • Adrian Zepeda

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    Great advice Grant! Will recruit and train to this with each new hire. Thanks!

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    Great advice as always Grant!

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    Clint Warber

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