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- Libyan Oil Offline Indefinitely Just a Red Herring
- U.S. Consumers Have Big Banks to Blame for High Gas Prices
- Excess Liquidity, Cheap Money Run Rampant on Wall Street
- No More Storage in Cushing; WTI Will Be $90 in a Month
- If QE2 Ends in April, Expect Unwinding From Large Positions in Commodity Related Funds
- Gaddafi and Gold: A Hidden Cache in Libya?
- Yen Intervention: G7 vs. Laissez-Faire
- Japan Quake: Boon for Refiners, Bane for Nuclear Stocks
- $300 Oil by 2020: Scary but Unlikely
- QE2: An Unmitigated Disaster
- Impending Crude Correction Could be Fueled by Mass Rollover
- Ban Oil Imports for Energy Security?
- Is Orange Juice Approaching a Double Top?
- Gasoline: No Cure for High Prices Like High Prices
- 12 Countries Most Likely to Go Belly-Up
A Tale of Crudes: Anybody Got a Big Rig?
Feb. 21, 2011 • 6 Comments
- China's Inflation Worsens: Coming to a Wal-Mart Near You
Crude Oil: Egypt Contagion and a Tale of Two Risk Premiums
Feb. 14, 2011 • 5 Comments
- Infographic Du Jour: Oilfield vs. Cornfield
- Chaos in Egypt Brings Risk and Opportunity in Oil Stocks
U.S. Economy: 12 Years to Fill the 12.4 Million Job Gap?
Feb. 6, 2011 • 19 Comments
- Could China Be Forced to Plunge the World Into Global Recession by 2015?
- Crude Oil Spikes on Egypt's Geopolitical Premium
- Euro's Reversal of Fortune and Outlook Ahead
- National Debt = Great Recession 2.0
- China vs. Inflation: A Love-30 Match, So Far
- Expect Impending Gas Correction to Hit Refining Stocks
- Consumer Inflation on the Rise: The New World Order by Commodity
- Crude to Bust Through on Supply Concerns
The Discouraging Unemployment Picture
Jan. 9, 2011 • 7 Comments
- Could the Social Networking Craze Lead to Tech Bubble 2.0?
- Copper in 2011: A Beijing Opera