Investments in oil – nothing is really constant

Any market involving calculations, speculations and guesswork becomes unpredictable and inconsistent over time. Even the most lucrative market, the oil industry, has been showing signs of inconsistency over the past few years. Though the oil market is well exposed to investors and well explored by them, there are some facts which they still need to know. Because of these fluctuations, the media...
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Democrats come up with new legislation that can end the wasteful subsidies for Big Oil

At the same time when Republicans are ready for making some really deep cuts to reduce the overall budget deficit, Democrats have started to direct attention to the billions of dollars that are involved in tax breaks offered to the various nationwide gas and oil companies. On February 10th the “Ending Big Oil Tax Subsidies Act” was introduced by 7 Democrats who are currently active in the US...
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Obama and Clean Energy

President Obama has been stressing on the need for an option to push forward with green energy resources. He hopes to find solutions that could very well determine future energy requirements and at the same time safeguard the nation against the effects of greenhouse gases. This has been a hot topic for some time now and there has been a growing debate among our nation’s leaders as to when...
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Will Natural Gas be the Best Automobile Fuel of the Future?

A general question to any modern mind about the statement of whether the Natural gas will be the best automobile fuel of the future becomes very complex. Indeed it needs one to look more deeply into the present economy and to reason out what the economists and the energy experts have to tell about. Once the present scenario of the energy situation of this world is taken into account, then one...
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Mutual fund winners changing their moves

Contrast in the attitude of the managers for the market With the dawn of the New Year 2011, many of the strategy makers are being very positive about the time ahead, hoping to give the market an uplift of 13% for the Standard & Poor’s 500 in 2010. On the other hand analysts are busy in arguing if the best gains for 2011 are originating from the states or is it going to be the...
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