As an investor, economist by heart, and energy investment manager for many high-net-worth investors, Troy W. Eckard is sitting on the front line. The paralysis in the capital markets is not going unnoticed.
David Day, back at it again. Getting the questions answered by Troy W. Eckard. Here are the questions of this Episode… feel free to jump to a specific question:
Troy W. Eckard discusses the process of title and owning mineral rights.
Is a Market Rebalance in the Near Future? The price of oil has steadily climbed higher since reaching historic lows within the last couple of months. Many factors play a role in this, but a notable one is the fact that Russia has committed to cutting its daily supply by roughly ten million barrels. Experts […]
How to Own Mineral Rights in Your Self-Directed IRA Everything in the United States requires a barrel of oil to operate, including manufacturing a product, transporting it, supporting it and any other step of the process. In this regard, mineral rights investing seems like a no-brainer since the demand will always be high for oil […]
Mineral Rights Investing in Your Self-Directed IRA An oil and gas investment is considered to be an alternative investment, but also a potentially lucrative one. Mineral rights investing is widely regarded as being highly complex and difficult for the average investor to understand. While this is true to an extent, when you work with a […]
Factors That Could Impact The Future of Oil and Gas Investments The oil and gas industry may have taken a sharp turn downward recently, but the future outlook for mineral rights investing is still promising. The main factor that positively impacts an oil and gas investment is the demand. When the demand is high, more […]
What has changed over time that makes oil and gas minerals the modern day gold rush? Troy W. Eckard is talking about today’s mineral rights.
Troy shares his thoughts about the mineral market and where it is heading.
David Day, BD Manager at Eckard Land and Acquisition, is firing off questions asked by investors. Skip to a specific question: