The high gasoline prices of 2008 may be nothing but a pleasant memory this summer. That year, gasoline peaked at over $3.50 a gallon. Already this year, the average price of regular gasoline has already broken through the $2.80 mark – whereas it took until mid-April to hit that level in 2008. We’re...
Fellow Investor, QE2 has unleashed a raging bull market for gold and silver. But the falling dollar is also pushing oil prices higher, too. Oil is zeroing in on its 52-week high. And oil stocks have been performing very well. Now, as you now, I was recently at the Association for the Study of Peak Oil...
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