“Commodities, especially oil, have had a rough go of it this year. In summer 2014, Brent crude went north of US$110 per barrel; in October 2015, it was less than US$50. Not a good time to buy into energy, right?
Despite the low-price environment, oil and gas exposure can still make clients money. And it’s possible to do so without the hand-wringing volatility that usually comes with energy investing, says Stephen Johnston, co-founder of Enercapita in Calgary.”