Future of U.S. Energy: Challenges and Opportunities – Mike Mauceli, Dan Kish

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Join Mike Mauceli on the Energy Show with REI Energy with special guest Dan Kish, Senior Vice President of Policy at the Institute for Energy Research as they discuss the diminishing Strategic Petroleum Reserve, global geopolitical concerns, and the impacts of government energy policies.

Discover how technological advancements in the oil industry and the political landscape shape the future of energy in the US. Stay informed and maximize your investments and tax deductions!

00:00 Introduction
00:19 Biden's Debate and Energy Security Concerns
02:56 Strategic Petroleum Reserve and Market Volatility
04:44 Environmental Policies and Oil Production
06:32 Economic Impact of Energy Policies
10:20 Electric Vehicles and Green Energy Debate
14:31 Global Energy Politics and Public Sentiment
14:59 Technological Innovations in Energy Extraction
23:59 Government Policies and Market Dynamics
26:53 Conclusion and Contact Information


Disclaimer: The information provided in this video is for educational and informational purposes only. It should not be considered as financial advice or a recommendation to buy or sell any financial instrument or engage in any financial activity.

The content presented here is based on the speaker's personal opinions and research, which may not always be accurate or up-to-date. Financial markets and investments carry inherent risks, and individuals should conduct their own research and seek professional advice before making any financial decisions.

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    This Gov is a joke

  • @tomrichter9079 says:

    How many wells does REI have?

  • @rod1147 says:

    he said rocket man because his memory didn’t serve him well. I’m fact Biden spoke better than him sitting down with notes nearby

  • @JR79511 says:

    Guest speaker, stop watching MSM and just read the fundamentals and technical analysis of the market.

  • @DiegoM_Gomes says:

    Since the commencement of Biden’s presidency, the United States appears to have witnessed more adverse outcomes. These include impacts on the markets, such as declines in prices, significant inflation spikes, and instances of bank failures. I am contemplating whether the sudden surge in interest rates will be advantageous for value investors or if it might be more prudent to temporarily avoid involvement in the stock and financial markets.

    • @Amy_Hunter-u6p says:

      Engaging in the strategy of “buying the dip” can yield long-term profitability. Nevertheless, caution is advised during bull runs, and it is recommended to consult with a knowledgeable advisor to achieve your growth objectives and avoid potential errors. Elevated interest rates generally lead to decreased stock prices.

    • @TimothyBoyd-i3x says:

      my plan next year is going on 80% equities 20% cash. One of the things I have learned in my years of investing is not to completely move in or move out of investments, if you have quality assets. It is better to trim, and then hold some cash for buying opportunities. Before the latest drop in the market was down to $105k but currently at $650k, marking a 25% increase from last year

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  • @Sheepred-em6kw says:

    Fake wars

  • @Sheepred-em6kw says:

    Invest in hydro energy

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