Up to four-times more oil
Get ready to send the Ventura County News a "Thank You" note for alerting the public…but only after you contact your broker and grab every share of North American Oil & Gas (NAMG) that you can
To My Fellow Investor:
This report is about three major events:
I'll start with this. I'm recommending an immediate and aggressive buy in North American Oil & Gas (NAMG).
I'm suggesting urgency because the situation in southern California is heating up so fast that an inrush of investors could quickly send NAMG soaring as high as $5 a share this year.
If you're interested in grabbing a chunk of the profits I see taking shape, I recommend you move on this now.
For the moment, you can load up on NAMG at around $1.00. Don't bet the farm, but definitely get some money in play. NAMG is a fast-track opportunity with huge upside potential.
Beyond the 500% gains I can see coming this year, NAMG could fly past 1,000% gains in the long term. I'll explain how in a moment.
First let me assure you, this opportunity will be short-lived. So I urge you to stop what your doing and dig into this right now.
Occidental Petroleum was recently exposed as secretly scooping up San Joaquin oil leases using an unknown front company called "Vintage Petroleum".
By the time the story broke, their front company had quietly locked in 9,000 acres of San Joaquin oil leases!
Few if any in the area knew of Occidental's plan. One local attorney representing landowners was quoted saying, "Something big must be going on there."
Oil insiders have been quietly targeting a Southern shale oil deposit calculated as being up to four-times larger than America's Bakken shale.
Bob Rosenthal and his investors, were among the first in, and they've locked in a huge piece of this.
The good news is, Bob doesn't come from a mega oil giant…he's the CEO of a small off-radar start-up, North American Oil & Gas (NAMG).
NAMG is the kind of company that over time can deliver 10-fold to 20-fold gains, but only if you beat others in!
When you catch one like this early….you need to move on it aggressively, which is why I'm urging you to act swiftly.
NAMG is a no-brainer around a $1.00. And even if you come in a bit late, I wouldn't hesitate to pull the trigger at $2.00.
Here's why: Bob is not a guy who got lucky.
He's done this before.
In less than 48 months, Bob and his investors took their previous company, American Oil & Gas, to a $630 million buyout that netted ground-floor shareholders over a 1,000% return on their initial investment!
Now, they're after it again,
As you may know, my position as a national newscaster has put me in touch with people who make big things happen.
Many of these guys are telling me right now that Southern California is the place to be...and in my experience, it may only take a few weeks for this to make national financial news.
So now that you're in front of the information curve, here's how you could rack up some serious, fast profits with that information.
Ventura County Star reports that OXY secretly leased 9,000 acres in southern California shale leases.
North American Oil & Gas reeled in 8,000 acres!
And like what happened so often in the Bakken, small companies like NAMG that got a foothold made their early shareholders rich!
Stealth moves by big oil kept San Joaquin lease activity top secret.
As a veteran analyst in the oil and gas industry, I've been seeing a lot of new lease activity targeting San Joaquin oil shale. It has been clear that something big is about to go down!
The more I looked, the bigger it got.
Turns out that top-producing oil companies are pumping billions of dollars into San Joaquin and it's not for the conventional oil (which still produces in abundance)…it's for the long-overlooked oil shale that lies deeper in the ground!
Oilfield veterans have long known that the shale oil was down there, it simply took drilling and production experience from the Bakken and Eagle Ford shale to make extraction possible.
Now they're going after it with new recovery technology that can break this region wide open.
The entire San Joaquin Basin is poised for a stampede of new investors clamoring for a shot of the profits they see coming.
Small, off-radar oil companies made fortunes for shareholders in Bakken and Eagle Ford. (I'll cite a dozen of them later in this report where the average shareholder gains topped 1,170%!)
I can tell you this, the Star story has cracked the door…this can get big really fast!
If the Wall Street Journal had reported this story, it would be game over, too late to get in. Were that the case, I wouldn't even bother writing this report.
But it's not…and that sets up a very limited opportunity to move in and make some serious money off this rapidly developing situation.
NAMG holds an historically validated
Coincidental with all these developments, I know an experienced team of oil patch veterans, Bob Rosenthal and his investors, who have also locked in San Joaquin leases.
Their company, North American Oil & Gas (NAMG), backed by serious financing, has made impressive strides in building company lease assets.
To date, North American Oil & Gas has accumulated 8,000 gross acres in the area, just a thousand acres shy of the Occidental Petroleum (OXY) acquisitions reported by the Ventura County Star.
Though I expect they'll be adding to that at every opportunity, don't wait for any new acquisitions, the time to get in on NAMG is right now.
Bob Rosenthal and his investors have a
Should NAMG become the home run I'm predicting, it won't be the first time that Bob has hit one out of the park for shareholders.
A few years back, they co-founded American Oil & Gas, a very similar OTCBB stock that caught the eye of a few lucky investors who loaded up early at around $1.00 a share. It graduated to the NYSE AMEX and...
In just 48 months, energy giant, Hess Corp. (NYSE: HES $22.7B) bought out the entire company for $630 million in cash! Shareholders received $10 per share from Hess…about ten-times their entry cost of $1.00.
That was no isolated win. History has a way of repeating itself.
Rosenthal has deep roots in another oil venture, Alaskan-based Great Bear Petroleum. Great Bear is now emerging as one of America's largest domestic shale oil producers. On its current growth track, Great Bear is on target to become a $1 billion company by the end of the decade.
Well positioned…Well Managed…Well funded…
A guy like Bob Rosenthal on an oil prospect as enormous as San Joaquin tells me one thing:
There's a ton of money to be made by getting into NAMG right now!
In comparing NAMG to his earlier company, American Oil & Gas, the similarities are striking. NAMG clearly holds the same ten-bagger potential that made American Oil & Gas shareholders enormous gains.
"More untapped oil in California's
At the end of 2010, California ranked (excluding offshore) #3 in the US in both oil production and proven oil reserves and is home to many of the nation's largest oil fields, three of which are in the top 10.
A proven company-building team with a solid
There is no question in my mind that that Bob and his investors are setting the stage for a repeat performance of American Oil & Gas, only this time the stock will be NAMG and as before…you can get in right now for around $1.00 a share.
I wouldn't hesitate to make that move…and I do mean right now! This San Joaquin situation is about to break wide open.
Now that Occidental has been exposed, I see a flood of new money pouring into the San Joaquin Basin. In my view, a prime target for buying will be NAMG.
Bob's track record is legendary in many circles; I anticipate that some investors will be loading up on NAMG simply because Bob and his investors are behind it.
Bigger forces are driving this however.
With the attention that is building on Southern California holdings, especially now that the big gun buyers are being exposed… NAMG holds enormous upside potential that could begin a fast climb into triple-digit gains at any time now.
No question, the oil is in the ground.
One of the world's most respected oil and gas consultancies has already confirmed the resource potential in NAMG's leases.
North American Oil & Gas (NAMG) controls 3,394 gross acres, which are currently in the advancing stages of development to production. The properties lie between two oil fields with a combined total production to date of 58 million barrels of oil and 252 billion cubic feet of gas.
Leading petroleum consultancy Sproule Petroleum Consultants confirmed that the NAMG leases lie in the same petroleum formations as the adjoining properties, though precise reserve calculations remain to be determined.
Initial estimates from Sproule are for unrisked prospective resources totaling 16.6 million barrels of oil and oil equivalents.
Projecting this data at $40 oil (Oil is at $100 a barrel today!) and current lease acreage, the value in resources exceeds $11 per share!
In addition to currently calculated resource prospects, additional potential production zones remain to be calculated, which could add significantly to NAMG's total resource figures.
Since creation of this report, North American Oil & Gas announced the acquisition of an additional 5,000 acres in leases, bringing their total gross holdings to approximately 8,243 acres with net of 5,044 acres.
Good news has been coming in from
Pacific Coast Business Times reported earlier this year that the area's oil business is ramping up at a lightning pace. From that report:
"Between 2010 and 2011, the number of drilling notices [in the region] nearly doubled, from 2,081 to 4,033.
"Driving that growth in activity is an even bigger resource estimate from the Energy Information Administration (EIA).
The EIA now estimates that the Monterey shale alone, which sits adjacent to the San Joaquin Basin formation, could hold 15.4 billion barrels of oil—four times that of the Bakken shale in North Dakota.
Frankly, I don't know how these southern California developments can stay off-radar for much longer.
The entire San Joaquin Basin is
emerging as bigger than any shale
The San Joaquin Basin should become a blistering hot spot for new shale oil activity. And from where I sit, it seems undeniable that this will produce another wave of ten-baggers that came from Bakken and Eagle Ford plays.
This you can bank on…
When you consider that Occidental, through its front company, Vintage Petroleum, secretly leased 9,000 acres, the scale of NAMG's 8,000 acre leases suggests NAMG may be steeply undervalued at this time.
NAMG offers an opening to profits that may come but once in a lifetime!
The USGS confirmed the enormity of the San Joaquin Basin shale oil field and comparisons to the Bakken shale oil field reveal how lucrative this new investment opportunity could be.
Fortunes were made in the Bakken and even more could be made in the San Joaquin Basin…if you make the right moves immediately!
Previously unknown companies like Continental Resources leveraged Bakken plays for explosive growth…yielding shareholder profits in excess of 530%! Continental Resources now holds over a million acres in the Bakken and is the largest producer of Bakken shale oil.
A company-making play on a prolific oil-producing prospect
Bob and his investors know how to make this work. They intend to extract every drop of value for NAMG shareholders and I'm convinced they can do it.
Normally, I'd consider that to be the optimism of entrepreneurship if it wasn't for
Don't wait until this hits national news.
Occidental, Exxon, Venoco, Shell and others…they're all pouring billions into the San Joaquin Basin to get at this oil. I don't see any way that this can stay quiet much longer.
With the veil of secrecy lifting…you can expect this region to attract swarms of investors in search of a profit opportunity.
Few can match the profit potential in NAMG
The stellar reputation of Rosenthal is sure to attract keen interest from investors seeking an early buy on a winning play.
I see an initial run on NAMG propelling its price to around $3.00 as market makers are flooded with buy orders and few willing to sell.
This could all take place in just a few days time. I can't say when, but if you want
Even if the run has already begun. If you can get in at $2.00 or under, I recommend you do so without hesitation. Following the history of Rosenthal's prior winning formula…
$10,000 in NAMG could quickly strike $100,000 if you make it in around $1.00.
And if you get in at $2.00… that $10,000 could provide you with a very profitable $50,000 exit!
I don't indulge in fanciful speculation. These are realistic expectations based upon historically proven case studies. Looking back on the Bakken run of 2009, many investors who got in early came out with stunning gains that compare directly with what I'm forecasting for NAMG!
Program the wayback machine to
Bakken shale plays paid shareholder profits like I've never seen in my lifetime. Even the shareholders in companies with limited assets or shale oil experience made out like bandits.
Those opportunities are long gone from the Bakken, but are just getting underway in the San Joaquin Basin.
Here are prime examples of how quickly wealth can build in an oil stock like NAMG.
All of these Bakken oil stocks began their rise in nearly identical circumstances now open to shareholders in NAMG.
Starting with just $1,000…
In March 2009, investors in a little-known company called Magnum Resources were trading shares at 25¢. Exactly two years later, their shares traded at $8.56.
For those lucky enough to have gotten in early, the value of Magnum shares soared 3,380% in just 24 months!
Every $1,000 invested in Magnum paid $32,800 profit!
A fluke? Not by a long shot. Magnum is just the first in a string of big winners.
The following companies in the Bakken also knocked it out of the park. Like the preceding example, profit calculations are made for a $1,000 initial stock buy from each stock's low to subsequent high and by subtracting the initial investment from the high valuation.
Ten stocks, all in the Bakken, with an AVERAGE overall gain of 1,170%
NAMG is a clear opportunity for a shot at gains of this magnitude! NAMG bought today at around $1.00 could fly past my $3.00.
"Buy To" quickly multiplying your money on an early $5.00 target.
Believe me, news that NAMG holds a substantial position in the San Joaquin Basin can be more than enough
Even before NAMG produces its first drop of oil, you could see gains of over 500%!
That may only be possible if you get some money into NAMG immediately, while it can still be bought for around $1.00.
Do your due diligence right now and get ready to contact your broker!
Unknown and I believe hugely undervalued, NAMG shares are primed for massive gains as this region's oil resources hit Wall Street's radar.
Watch for me on the news, I could be telling the nation about the San Joaquin Basin at any time now!
Tobin Smith, C.E.O., NBT Equities Research
A "TAKE ACTION" OPPORTUNITY— Here Is What To Do Now:
Call your broker and discuss how large a position of North American Oil & Gas (NAMG) you can comfortably own. Refer your broker to this report. All the information you've read here is publicly available…easy for your broker to verify. Tell him about me…my credentials. When your broker has done his homework for you I predict he will agree that North American Oil & Gas (NAMG). is an opportunity that you must act on now. He will agree that its low price means you should immediately purchase NAMG at the market.
If you take care of your own account, go online now and verify what I have shown you here today… and download the Special Report. When you are done…I am confident that you will buy a block of North American Oil & Gas (NAMG). …and you'll do it at a price that could allow you to multiply your money by as much as 10X… and meet with amazing stock market success.
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