Tuesday , 29 September 2020


Tag Archives: oil prices

Why & How Oil Prices Fluctuate

To understand why and how oil prices fluctuate take a look at today’s infographic from which illustrates the many different issues - supply and demand, weather, technology, geopolitics, as well as other factors - that make oil prices fluctuate.

Read More »

We’re On the Cusp Of Inflation Beginning

Gluskin Sheff Chief Economist David Rosenberg is bucking the bearish trend on Wall Street and running with the bulls instead, touting positive jobs and wages data as a sign that inflation—the current gold standard for economic recovery—may be right around the corner...

Read More »

U.S. Is NOT Going to Become Energy Independent – Period! Here are 3 Reasons Why

The United States is not going to become energy independent because of tight oil. Period. Reports to the contrary are an illusion of U.S. energy independence based on unrealistic assumptions and projections about the long-term potential of oil production from tight formations like the Bakken Shale in North Dakota and the Eagle Ford Shale in Texas. There are several compelling reasons for this [as outlined below]. Words: 575

Read More »

Two Major Risks Suggest Its Time To Protect Your Wealth!

The current economic rebound [in the U.S.] is not a healthy and sustainable one. It is the result of the largest monetary and fiscal stimulus program ever [and, in spite of that,] neither housing nor employment are participating in the current rebound [while] budget deficits and transfer payments are at record highs! [As such, now is the time] to take action to protect your wealth from a potential economic setback and market decline. [Let me explain.] Words: 863

Read More »