Some of the most successful investors in America say oil could soon turn every $100 invested into $360.
Warren Buffett and Carl Icahn have already bought in with billions, and Jamie Dimon says oil on its own could soar 360%.
But there is one specific type of oil investment that has the ability to rise the most from higher prices, and it’s not ordinary oil stocks, bonds, or options.
While average investors are worried about inflation, a recession, and the volatile markets, the world’s financial elite are piling into oil and gas royalties.
Jim Simons, the quant investor worth $28.1 billion, invested big in oil royalties, and so has Ken Griffin, the manager of the highest earning hedge fund ever.
Morgan Stanley has invested over $5 billion in this on behalf of high net worth clients.
It’s a low-risk way to profit from oil’s 360% potential climb, and it pays consistent monthly cash for life, even if oil goes down.
While the entire stock market fell 20% in 2022 and many small investors lost money, those who held oil royalties earned an average of 196%. That’s almost triple their money in one year.
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