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Karim Rahemtulla

Chief Resource Analyst

Author of the bestselling book, Where In the World Should I Invest?, Karim Rahemtulla has covered international markets and the global movements of money for over 20 years.

With an expertise in emerging markets and energy, he's regarded as one of the country's foremost resource and developing world analysts. Educated in England, Canada and the United States, Karim is fluent in several languages. His undergraduate studies were completed in Economics/Foreign Languages, and his graduate coursework was completed in Finance.

Karim is also regarded as the country’s foremost innovator in options trading, with strategies ranging from income to aggressive speculation. On such merits, he travels the world regularly, seeking out the best investment opportunities, and is a featured speaker at more than a dozen frontline conferences, annually.

November 2014

Let the Clean Coal Battle Begin

By - November 25, 2014

I recently wrote about the possibility of a resurgence of coal stocks spurred by new policy backed by the Republican-controlled Congress next term. I reminded readers that coal never really went away. It was – and still is – the most significant…

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Will LNG Exports Increase Your Electric Bill?

By - November 20, 2014

By this time in 2015, the first liquid natural gas (LNG) exports from the United States should begin their journeys to points in Asia and Europe. That’s when Cheniere Energy’s (LNG) Sabine Pass terminal is scheduled to be completed and begin chilling…

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OPEC’s Newest and Biggest Headache

By - November 18, 2014

As the weeks progress, the chance that crude oil will drop below $70 is becoming more likely. And while prices that low will be short lived, the entire energy-investing complex is changing. You see, low prices have opened up the…

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New Senate Sure to Cash in on Coal

By - November 13, 2014

Now that the Democrats are out of the power seat, the Republicans are champing at the bit to change the direction of the United States’ energy policy. Energy has always been high on the Republican agenda. They view it as the…

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The Fall of U.S. Fracking?

By - November 11, 2014

The U.S. oil industry has taken a beating from the recent drop in oil prices, which have plunged more than 25% since the summer. Oil and oil service stocks across the board have been bruised… but none more so than…

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U.S. Manipulated Into Buying Saudi Oil

By - November 7, 2014

The United States is producing more of its own oil, natural gas, and LNG than ever. But Saudi Arabia still rules over the oil market with a golden fist. Case in point: The kingdom is manipulating oil prices in an…

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Chesapeake Stuns the Market

By - November 5, 2014

I love to say, “I told you so…” I’ve seen the signs of Chesapeake Energy’s (CHK) success since October 2012, when CHK shares were in the low $20s. Since that time, the company has shown its ability to consistently navigate around the many obstacles…

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