Tag Archives: gas prices

Here’s One Reason Drivers Should Be Happy

As summer gets underway, there are some commodities that do seasonally well during this time of year.   The one that historically does best in the summer is unleaded gasoline with an average historical third quarter return of 8.2%.  This is not surprising from the increased demand from summer driving as people vacation.  However, the Read more […]

Your Gas Prices Should Be Cheaper

Think your gas prices are cheap? Think again. The oil price drop since June 2014 has moved to become one of the most important factors in the global economy. Despite agreement on a chance to change policy, it has divided the world into winners and losers based on importers and exporters. Presumably the winners are Read more […]

THIS Could Change If Oil Slides 50% More

Now that brent broke the $80 mark, many are questioning whether a bottom has been reached.  The combination of slowing Chinese demand growth and Saudi’s will to maintain market share make this an unlikely bottom, but it depends more on the supply growth than the slowing demand growth from China. Kuwait and Saudi Arabia have Read more […]

The Scary Thing About Falling Oil Prices

I don’t believe what the gas experts say, “that there is nowhere for gas prices to go but down.” After another bloodshed month for crude oil as evidenced by the S&P GSCI Crude Oil return of -10.9% in Oct, bringing it down 24.6% off its high on June 20, one might get excited about further savings Read more […]

Gas Guzzling Clunkers Driving Up Costs

Think you’re saving money by holding onto that old car? Think again. Since the recession, Americans have gradually held onto their cars for longer and longer because they have not wanted to spend money on new cars. Therefore, the average age of cars on the road has accelerated according to a recent survey from IHS Automotive. Also Read more […]

Lower Gas Bill? Why Not?

As mentioned in my last post, logistics and technology are the two key factors in propelling commodities from local markets to global markets. The U.S. is now expected to be the biggest producer of natural gas in 2013, so what does that mean for the residents? Will gas bills be cheaper? Will there be a Read more […]