Oil Equities: The Quality Compounders of the Next Decade?

May. 2, 2022

Up until recently, investors who had bet on oil equities over the last decade received mediocre returns, at best. Say one had invested $100 in the S&P Energy Index in 2012, that investment would have compounded to a mere $105 at the start of 2022. Instead, if one had invested $100 in the S&P 500 Index during the same period, one would have received $400. Given the poor track record of the industry, why are we so excited about the space? Put simply, we think the market dynamics have changed. On a forward-looking basis, energy supply/demand fundamentals coming out of COVID are the healthiest they have been in the last decade.

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