Kurt Wulff: Energy Stocks Are the Cheapest They’ve Been Since the 1980s

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Kurt H Wulff CFA

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Jim welcomes Kurt Wulff CFA, Independent Energy Analyst at McDep LLC, back to the program. Kurt believes this is the best time to buy in the energy sector, when investor interest is nil. Kurt sees opportunities in all energy sectors, from large cap to small cap, and thinks energy stock valuations are as cheap as they’ve been since the 1980’s. Beyond the attractive valuations, many energy equities offer dividend yields that are better than treasury bonds.

Doing business as McDep LLC, Mr. Wulff is an independent originator of energy investment research. He is compensated by investors for written analyses and personal interaction by email, telephone and visits. In a five-year program administered by Independent Consultants, McDep LLC was selected as an Independent Research Provider to six Investment Banks on 26 oil and gas stocks.

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