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Natural Gas: The Bridge to Energy Independence

Written by on August 3, 2008 in Energy with 0 Comments
Natural Gas: The Bridge to Energy Independence

Is the answer to our energy problem? a) Drill, Drill, Drill: off-shore, ANWAR b) Renewables: wind, solar, bio-fuels, etc. c) Conservation: car pool, public transportation, etc. d) All of the above As soon as a politicians realize that the answer is all of the above, the sooner we will get out of this mess. T. […]

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American Oil Crisis: Congressional Finger Pointing Growing Old

Written by on May 25, 2008 in Energy with 1 Comment

Oil breached $135/barrel for the first time ever wrecking havoc in the Stock Market, in Congress and on Main Street. Fingers are pointing left and right on why oil prices are seemingly out of control. CNBC conducted a poll “Tell Us: Who’s to Blame for America’s Oil Crisis?” In their poll, Congress is the leading […]

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Echelon a Negawatt Play

Written by on August 7, 2007 in Energy with 0 Comments

A nice plug for Echelon (ELON) in the Motley Fool today.  I discovered and wrote about Echelon (Echelon a Tech Star in the Making and Echelon Corporation an Infrastructure Play) in May.   Those that chose to act on those articles are sitting on almost a double in less than 3 months. Knowledge is not power.  Acting on knowledge is […]

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Why Are Gas Prices So High, And What Can You Do About It?

Written by on June 1, 2007 in Energy with 0 Comments

I had an interesting discussion this week about why gas prices are so high.  It was actually more of an argument than a discussion.  As prices continue going up, the debates get more emotional.  There is absolutely nothing you or I can do about the price the oil.  As in any situation, I look for the opportunity.  You should know where […]

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Gasoline Prices Continue to Set Records

Written by on May 17, 2007 in Energy with 0 Comments
Gasoline Prices Continue to Set Records

NEW YORK (AP) — Gasoline prices hit new records at the pump again Thursday, while gas and oil futures surged on ongoing concerns that refiners aren’t making enough gasoline to meet peak summer driving demand. With the summer driving season set to begin on Memorial Day weekend, in just over a week, the 1.7 million-barrel […]

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Jim Rogers On Commodities

Written by on May 17, 2007 in Energy, Precious Metals with 0 Comments

With China and India growing fast, famed investor – Jim Rogers, thinks the current commodities bull market has plenty of room to go… HAI: What are the most pressing issues that commodity investors should understand? Rogers: They should understand that until somebody brings on a lot of supply, commodities will do well. If people start seeing windmills […]

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Gasoline at $4 Coming to a Pump Near You, Unfazed by Rising Tab

Written by on April 24, 2007 in Economy, Energy with 1 Comment

I paid 55 bucks to fill up my car this weekend.  That’s only going to cover 3/4 of a tank soon.  Looks like it is time to bulk up on Oil Company stocks.  That will more than cover the increased gas expenses. April 23 (Bloomberg) — Whether it’s $50 to fill up your Prius or […]

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Oil Down 11% in First Days of 2007 – It’s Not All Due to the Weather

Written by on January 11, 2007 in Energy with 0 Comments

It has been a rather enjoyable winter here in Boston.  I know several people who still have their golf clubs out and are playing as much as possible.  Although, I am certain that the courses are empty today as there is a nice nip in the air.  Oil has been in a free fall since […]

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