February 4, 2013

'Silent Peak Oil Trade' Could Be Nasty Trap For Investors

Biz Insider, Business Insider


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BofA strategist Michael Hartnett says that something he calls the "silent peak oil trade" may be setting investors up for a "big negative surprise." In a note to clients, in a reflection on "the lust for yield, the silent 'peak oil' trade & the EM barbell," Hartnett explains. . .

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