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Interesting Interview On Financialsense.com

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An interesting interview with Stephen Leeb, author of 'The Oil Factor - protect yourself and profit from the coming energy crisis' and more recently 'The Coming Economic Collapse'.

http://financialsense.com/Experts/2006/Leeb.html

He predicts that the increasing demand for Oil from China and India, coupled with reaching or nearing the 'peak oil' could push oil to $200 a barrel by the end of the decade. He then outlines what areas to invest in to profit from this (energy, alternative energy, gold & companies with stakes in China/India)

Does anyone read The Complete Investor ? Any good?

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Yes, very good report. Basically is saying that the future value of oil is being underestimated and to weather the coming crisis, be invested in energy and renewable energy stocks as well as gold.

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