Shares of Brazilian oil giant (and Motley Fool Income Investor recommendation) Petrobras (NYSE:PBR) are up almost seven times in value over the last five years, and the company's dividend yield is a strong 2.64%. The company's got a near-monopoly on the Brazilian energy market and also operates offshore.

So will Petrobras continue to be an Exxon-like (NYSE:XOM) market beater? Will it compare to fellow Income Investor pick Total SA's (NYSE:TOT) 80% return since January 2004? With a market cap that's nearly nine times that of fast-growing Chesapeake Energy (NYSE:CHK), does Petrobras still have room to run? In this installment of Fool Video, Income Investor lead analyst James Early tells The Money Show why he's bullish on Petrobas.

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