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Oil Dividends Gone Wild

Monthly 9% Returns from a "Petroleum IRA"


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December 22nd, 2014

Can you remember the last time gas was under $2 a gallon?

Neither can I...

While filling up your car right now may feel worse than paying your kid's tuition bill, there's another way you can play the oil game that practically guarantees a win for your wallet.

It's called a "Petroleum IRA," and it's one of the easiest ways to make money in today's market of rising oil prices.

You see, when a company wants to make their stock shares more attractive, they'll increase their dividend rates to increase the payout for their investors.

But you also have to be careful — many companies use this technique as a lifesaver for sinking share prices.

How can you tell the difference?

By identifying the company's with a high dividend ration and an even higher earnings potential.

If that still sounds too complicated, don't worry — I cover all the details, and even one such company, in my newest report, "Brian Hicks' Favorite Oil Dividend Stock".

It details the evolving climate of American oil drilling... and how one small dividend-producing company stands to profit from the world's rising oil prices.

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