Matt Insley

Matt Insley

Matt Insley is the managing editor of The Daily Resource Hunter and now the co-editor of Real Wealth Trader and Outstanding Investments. Matt is the Agora Financial in-house specialist on commodities and natural resources. He holds a degree from the University of Maryland with a double major in Business and Environmental Economics. Although always familiar with the financial markets, his main area of expertise stems from his background in the Agricultural and Natural Resources (AGNR) department. Over the past years he's stayed well ahead of the curve with forward thinking ideas in both resource stocks and hard commodities. Insley's commentary has been featured by MarketWatch.

Matt Insley's Recent Articles

Matt Insley: “If It’s Sunny, WE’RE Makin’ Money”

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George Soros, Steve Cohen, Israel Englander, Leon Cooperman, Michael Platt, Daniel Loeb, James Dinan, Stephen Mandel Jr., Larry Robbins and David Einhorn… That’s a list of billionaire fund managers that have a stake in the solar sector. Indeed, the solar sector is continuing to warm up with big money…


China, The IMF, And The Year’s Biggest Story…

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In 2014 there were two huge macro moves that has a profound effect on the U.S. dollar and the resource sector. First was the precipitous decline of the Euro. The second huge macro move was the big drop in oil prices. Whelp, here in 2015, there’s one big macro move setting up -- and I want to make sure you’re ahead of it…


The Coming May “Oil Buy Signal”

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According to the EIA, U.S. oil production is set to peak in May as shale drillers cut back enough to actually cause a decrease in oil output. As Matt shows, we can expect oil prices to stabilize soon after, meaning now is a great time to pick up well-run oil companies before they too rebound.


A New Equilibrium for Oil Prices

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Matt Insley was just in Denver for a big shale convention, focused on the Bakken and Niobrara shale plays out west. The “who’s who” of the west were there – including Hess, Whiting Petroleum, Oasis Petroleum and Synergy Resources. Find out more about it here...


My Boots Don’t Believe In This “Bubble” Talk

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A debate’s been raging inside DR HQ. Is the shale revolution sustainable or was it just another credit bubble destined for an ugly bust? Our shorthand for the tussle is Bubble vs. Boots. In the “boots on the ground” corner, stands Matt Insley. Today, he says he’s setting the record straight on America’s oil and gas industry. Read on to see why he thinks all shale bubble talk is fear mongering…


America’s Shale Boom is Not Dead

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Shale oil evangelist, Matt Insley, not only sees a quick rebound in the price of oil in 2015, but a steady stream of profits for efficient companies already loaded up in the space. Ponzi finance? Maybe for some… but there’s a lot of wheat left in that chaff. And now you can pick the best companies up for market beat down bargains.


How Low Will Oil Go – And What Can You Do?

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The oil market has been under siege for six months. From service providers to producers this downturn has been painful. Of course, we’ve known all along that oil prices were a little toppy over the summer. In fact, when asked just how low oil prices could go I usually answered with a simple “lower than you’d expect…”


The End of OPEC

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Our own Matt Insley is making a bold prediction: The end of OPEC is nigh. When this oil cartel collapses, he believes the pikers in the resource market won’t know what hit them. If you blink, you may miss it too. Read on for his full forecast...