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by LanguageMan1  Yesterday

Article I posted today! http://www.tampagasprices.com/news/Crude_oil_prices_rise_as_Saudi_Arabia_hints_at_rising_demand/99379_603661/index.aspx I'll be setting up a forum topic within two weeks.

by LanguageMan1  Feb 28, 2015

By-the-way, that balance point, we're in that now. If oil were to continue to remain in the $48 to $62 range, the layoffs wouldn't happen in large quantities. If it was say $58 to $72 a barrel, it would be ideal for domestic as well as international growth, wage increases, creation of new businesses, creation of new jobs, a slight boom in the housing market, etc.

by LanguageMan1  Feb 28, 2015

Oh yeah, I just thought of something. I'm going to set up a forum topic that we can just continue with. When the time comes, I'll create another one and we can move on to that one as well. It'll be easier for me to get in touch with everyone that way, or to have the word spread. Kinda difficult when a social site like this doesn't realize that it is a social site and doesn't set up it's pages to operate in such a manner. Later!

by LanguageMan1  Feb 28, 2015

For those of you in Canada I'm sending it to, you'll be going up by another three to 12 cents a liter. I'd buy extra folks if you can, but no more than one or two months of a supply as it won't be worth it for more as gasoline sort of breaks down around four to six months later a bit. Ladies, I love you all; even though you're not one Jimmy, that's for them! LOL!

by LanguageMan1  Feb 28, 2015

Ok, for you and everyone that's reading this, I don't have time for anything else other than to send out this warning message. Gas prices are back up to nearly $2 a gallon on the wholesale market, so that means that at stations we're seeing the normal price of $2.39 a gallon at locally, they'll be up to $2.54 to $2.69 before long, such as within days to a week or so. I was right back in October until January when I said oil would probably bottom in the first half of the year, as it did. I also said we'd go up in price and it did. I also said oil would bottom at about $36 to $44 a barrel and that gas would go back up off the lows by at least 15 to 40 cents a gallon or more. It did all of that as well. I said we'd go down in price again, and even though it hasn't happened just yet, we still have a good chance that it will, before they really start to move prices back up to $2.79 to $2.99 a gallon throughout the country. Some places will hit those highs sooner than the rest of us.

by LanguageMan1  Feb 05, 2015

Very true on the strike and it's what I also said last week here and elsewhere. Most likely, they'll get it settled temporarily, or something else will cause oil and gas to move up when it really does, because it's going to come back down first before it heads up further.

by LanguageMan1  Feb 05, 2015

Very quickly as I don't have the time. Gas is going to come down a bit more, along with oil, but then it's going to be going up again and most likely will continue to do so when it starts to go back up again. I have expected most of this. Besides, if more Christians and others were to read their bibles enough, more people were to work with math, learn other languages, learn more about everything they could, they'd see a good portion of what I see as well. Plus, most of it's included in the bible as well, you've just got to read between the lines better as well.

by LanguageMan1  Jan 15, 2015

I'm thinking we'll see it go lower still on the open markets, and we'll see a larger loss of jobs as I had expected in various places, which will be bad for the economy if it stays that way for too long. I'd rather see gas at $2.35 to $2.50 a gallon without any loss of jobs as people would spend just a shade more, but you're right, retail sales are down in many establishments.

by LanguageMan1  Jan 15, 2015

I'll be writing to you via the inbox on the reply for the most part. It's good to hear that the price of gas is down there as well, as I had expected it to be. I've expected more of a decline at the pump, but it hasn't happened here as of yet; and quite frankly, they're gouging us to a degree now with it being at least 15 to 20 cents a gallon higher than it should be. If we were seeing it priced normally off of the wholesale cost of gas, we'd be at an average of $1.95 to $1.80 a gallon already here in the area, but I'm just seeing the first of the $1.99 and $1.98's here in the area. They're already down to $1.83 in places in Tampa, but not here on this side of the bay.

by LanguageMan1  Dec 25, 2014

to the lower to mid $2's for another one to three months before it starts any real action to the upside again. Anyhow, since we're in the season, a very Mele Kelikimaka/Kala Kristouyenna/Merry Christmas and a very Strowe Nowe Leto/Xin Nian Kuai Le/Happy New Year to you, your family and friends. Hope it's good for all of us. Mine is only better because of working again.

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