Zion Oil Stock Receives A+ Rating

February 21, 2009 by  

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Zion Oil & Gas stock closed at $12.50 yesterday, Friday, February 20. On Monday’s issue of Investor’s Business Daily (that right Monday’s issue) Zion stock will carry an A+ rating.
zion-oil-ibd-ratingWhat does that mean? IBD ranks stocks by a proprietary system ranging from A – E. According to IBD, ‘A’ stocks outperform more than 80%of the market; ‘E’ stocks perform worse than 80% of the market. ‘A+’ is at the top of the top (you can read more about the IBD ranking system here: http://www.investors.com/ibdhelp/helpglossB.asp?helpID=156).

Zion Oil continues to shine in a dark economic environment. I’ve had people ask why the stock is going up so steadily in this terrible market. And, of, course they’ve given me their opinions about Zion’s performance. Here are three reasons for Zion’s increasing stock value that I gave to a http://oilinisrael.net reader this week

1. The Haifa gas discovery is close by and proves massive hydrocarbons in the area.
2. Zion has proven themselves to be a real company – not a fly by night. They do what they say they’re going to do.
3. The announced subscription offer is a great deal – but only to those who already own Zion stock.

It’s pretty simple folks. Now it looks like the rest of the world is catching on.

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5 Responses to “Zion Oil Stock Receives A+ Rating”

  1. admin on February 21st, 2009 7:48 am

    I gave you three reasons why Zion stock is surging in the post above. Here’s another, and it’s the best one – Genesis 12:3, “I will bless those who bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse; and all peoples of the earth will be blessed through you.”
    Zion’s mission and vision from the outset has been to bless the people of Israel by finding and producing the oil promised to them almost 4,000 years ago. You’re witnessing two ancient promises being fulfilled today. The promise that ‘in the last days’ Jacob (Israel) would suck oil from the rock, and that whoever blesses Israel (Zion Oil and its shareholders) would be blessed.

  2. Lenny Arendt on February 25th, 2009 11:23 am

    The secular investment community is apparently beginning to take interest in Zion Oil, largely due to the huge Tamar-1 natural gas field discovery, right next to the Zion Oil huge license area in the promised land.

    After an initial surge in ZN share price to above $17, the price has dropped today on profit-taking; however, my interest is long-term in seeing the numerous promises and prophecies come true “in the latter days”, which I believe we are in today, as the Signs of the Times are all around us and increasing daily now.

    I believe this is a perfect buying opportunity to accumulate more shares for true believers in the related ancient scriptures found in the Bible. I would not be surprised at all if the Great Sea of the Deep were to come to the surface supernaturally somehow, even by a massive earthquake breaking the seal deep beneath, creating a literal golden sea of oil in the Jezreel Valley plain (Hosea). Regardless of how the treasures hidden deep beneath come to the surface, Zion Oil is the rights-holder to the land, in and around the Megiddo area.

    May the Lord richly bless John Brown and all believers who in prayer and faith choose to be a part of blessing Israel in important time in HIStory, in HIS perfect timing. The discovery of Israel’s promised petro-leum wealth in the land “flowing with milk and honey” will totally change the balance of power in the middle east and the entire world. Perhaps Israel will be the best place to be for Jews and Christians alike in a world of increasing turmoil, despite the appearances to the contrary constantly in the center of global news.

    Blessings & Shalom.

  3. jim and lisa gosh on May 1st, 2010 5:56 pm

    my wife and i have been married for 30 years.we dont have much money and we have never purchased any stock,we are christians for mostly our whole lifes and we feel the oil drilling in israel is great and biblical and we would like to invest what little money we have in this venture maybe you could help me to understand how i would get started doing this thank you and god bless you jim gosh

  4. david johnston on May 21st, 2011 7:02 pm

    I have never bought a stock.What is the first thing I can and should do to buy some of this stock

  5. admin on May 23rd, 2011 11:30 am

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