Atlanta (PRWEB) January 27, 2006
Sterling Investment Services (http://www.sterlinginvestments.com) is pleased to announce our latest research report, “A Comprehensive Technical Analysis of the American Stock Exchange Oil Index XOI.” The report contains primarily a “technical analysis” of the Amex Oil Sector Index ‘XOI' and the components that comprise the index. In this report we present different methods of examining the 'XOI' and where we think it may move towards. This report can be located on our home page.
The component companies of the Amex Oil Sector Index include Amerada Hess (AHC), Total SA (TOT), Kerr-McGee Corp. (KMG), Occidental Petroleum (OXY), Sunoco, Inc. (SUN), Marathon Oil (MRO), British Petroleum (BP), Royal Dutch Shell plc (RDSa), Exxon Mobil (XOM), ConocoPhillips (COP), Valero Energy (VLO), Respol Ypf SA (REP). Each of these components is examined in detail with future expected price movement discussed. Additionally within this report we are forecasting the price of Oil to move into the mid $80/barrel range.
About Sterling Investment Services:
Sterling Investment Services Publishes the Prime Stock Newsletter providing daily stock and options recommendations, the free Sterling Weekly newsletter providing weekly market commentary, our weekly calendar, and updates on past recommendations. In addition to the above newsletters Sterling Investment Services tracks the various sector indices that comprise the overall market and publishes technical research reports on those indices. Subscription information is available at our website http://www.sterlinginvestments.com
Sterling Investment Services, Inc. has not been compensated for the publication of the above mentioned report or this press release. Sterling Investment Services derives its revenue from the sales of subscription, research reports, and advertising placed on its web site. The Sterling Investment series of newsletters is produced by Sterling Investment Services, Inc. We also offer custom research reports on any stock investment that you may desire information on. Sterling Investment Services may hold positions in the securities recommended or may be providing consulting services to the companies mentioned within this report.
Erik S. Nelson, President