New Book - Investing in Oil & Gas: the ABCs - Direct Investments

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Written to help potential investors sort out the pros & cons, the book also covers the big picture and facts that every consumer, not just investors, need to know. The book is about direct investments, which can be more beneficial than stocks or funds.

Effortless Cash Flow: the ABCs of TICs (Tenant in common investments)

Oil & gas is deeply ingrained in our society and economy, and is a complicated subject. The book steps back and offers an easy to read macro view of the 'State of Oil & Gas', using substantiated facts. These are facts that any consumer should know. Direct Oil & Gas investments can be interesting for diversification, potential higher cash flows, generous tax benefits and be used as a hedge against prices and inflation. The author, Kathy Heshelow, covers these areas as well as the history of oil, scams to avoid, and what to examine in potential direct investments. Heshelow, who has been investing in these deals herself for a number of years, and assists investors on a daily basis, says that oil & gas is not for everyone. The intent of the book is to help investors form their own decisions on the matter. There is risk but can be great reward as well.

The book does not take any political stance but reports the issues; it is not a technical treatise on engineering, science or chemistry, but relates the basics to understand; the book gathers facts, quotes from experts, and presents a 'must read' overview for investors. Peak oil is especially important to understand. The book also builds a case for alternative energy. Heshelow, author of "Effortless Cash Flow: the ABCs of TICs (Tenant in common investments)", specializes in alternative investments and feels that education of the investor is of prime importance.

Some have noted that oil & gas could be the one of the greatest investment opportunities of the next decade or two. Decide for yourself after reading the book.

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