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Kurt Wulff on oil & gas Royalty Trusts
Posted by: LwC (IP Logged)
Date: July 15, 2014 03:48PM
Kurt Wulff is the focus of an article in a recent issue of Oil and Gas Investor magazine:
I've previously suggested that investors interested in O&G companies check out Wulff's website because the analysis that he posts there IMO provides a useful point of view on how such companies might be analyzed. Though Wulff gets big bucks for his subscriptions, he posts much of his analysis for free public access several weeks after it goes out to the subscribers. Since he has left his research posted on the website since about 2001, one can review his analysis of companies over time and learn how he has changed his conclusions and how well he has predicted the future.
Of particular interest might be his recommendation last October for the creation of a custom Royalty Trust Fund (RTF), and he illustrates an example with one consisting of nine of the Trusts that he follows.
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