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Monday, April 16th, 2012

End Wars Get Off Oil

COMMODITIES & CURRENCIES - End Wars Get Off Oil

Commodities & Currencies… April 16, 2012

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  • Excessive speculation in oil
  • The cost of manipulation
  • We predict nothing will be done to curb speculators
  • What could be done to bring oil prices down?
  • The U.S. has had 150 years of oil dependence
  • Transforming yourself requires a detailed plan of action

Why is gasoline so high even when there is more supply and the lowest demand for gas since 2007? The answer is fraud and manipulation. Excessive speculation in oil is the primary reason for high prices at the pump. Speculation is driven by Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and many others who control over 80 percent of the oil futures market. By manipulating prices of oil futures they can run the price up and then sell out high and make hundreds of millions of dollars profits all at the expense of the consumer.

The cost of manipulation can add $40 or $50 or more to a barrel of oil. These costs, when spread out over the average American family, means they spend $500 to $1,000 more a year than they needed to on gas. That is a huge portion of many families’ expenses along with the rising prices of food.Continue reading »

Monday, January 30th, 2012

Resolution Delusion

Personal Development & Improvement… January 30, 2012

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  • Things that made you uneasy about yourself last year are still there
  • Resolutions many times are just common sense
  • Examine the cause of the setback and adjust
  • Reschedule or reset your expectations
  • Exercising more is a resolution
  • Transforming yourself requires a detailed plan of action 

It’s the end of January and it’s easy to get a parking place once again at the gym. Even on Mondays, when the guilt from weekend partying sets in, you still seem to be able to get a space close to the building. By the end of January, people have lost the “resolute” part of their New Year’s resolutions. They thought that the things that made them unhappy last year would just go away once the calendar flipped over. The things that made you uneasy about yourself last year are still there and you made resolutions to correct them when you knew you should have not been doing those things all along.

Resolutions many times are just common sense. What really was required was not a resolution, but an activity adjustment. Your “resolution” wore off quickly when reality set in and you found that keeping the resolution was difficult. When you felt pain you experienced a setback and just quit.Continue reading »

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