What does it all mean? Simple, Mexican production peaked in 2004.
When demand resumes, prices will spike..
Those who think it is not happening are in denial...
So, 60 Minutes did a piece on Oil Sunday night and, well, oops..
Do not be fooled, this is not a trend...
More evidence of a price increase in the future
Is oil an investment for 2009?
This caught people by surpirse
We expect foriegn production to fall as OPEC has announced deep cuts, but non-OPEC production is falling also...bad news..
He called the housing crisis, one ought to listen
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