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Oil Price Volatility Will Grow Again And You Can Profit With An Oil Stock


If you've been following World Fuel Services (NYSE:INT) for the past few years, you will have read about the company beating Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) revenue growth over the past decade. You will have read about the company being asset-light, growing through smart acquisitions, having excellent management, maybe worrisome razor-thin margins and frightening amounts of receivables on its balance sheet. While all these points are important to note and analyze, you probably haven't read about the most important metric to look at and what ultimately drives INT's profits.

In this article, we will also see why World Fuel Services qualifies as an "antifragile" investment. In my article "The Portfolio for Early Retirees," I have commented on why...

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