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Peak Oil, or Oil Bubble?
An SI Board Since May 2008
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Emcee:  saveslivesbyday Type:  Moderated
The purpose of this board will be to discuss any and all aspects related to the price of oil.

Oil politics, oil companies, oil futures markets, oil stocks, oil ETF's, oil energy alternatives, and the effect of oil prices on our lives will be the starting point.

The basic premise is: has supply/demand created a worldwide "peak oil" problem, which will invariably lead to consistently higher oil prices? Or, is oil now a "commodity bubble" - just another speculative bubble resulting from liquidity looking for high returns.

The board strives to educate, inform, entertain, and challenge the posters and readers. In order to keep the discussion intellectually interesting and honest, please attempt to support your opinions by facts.

Arrogance and condescension are discouraged, and taunting, belittling, or arguing just to be argumentative will not be tolerated.

Created May 21, 2008

Oil Futures at new high = $134/barrel

DJIA = 12,601
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229Maybe $400, $500, $600 soon. Check the chart: freerepublic.comDebtBomb-4/13/2010
226‘Peak Oil’ Is a Waste of Energy By MICHAEL LYNCH Amherst, Mass. REMEMBER “peaksaveslivesbyday-8/27/2009
225It's part of the problem with the current strategy of trying to stimulate thDan3-6/3/2009
224Oil went from $33 early Feb to $66 now - a little bubbly?saveslivesbyday15/29/2009
223hello, peak oil boys, don't forget the flood of oil coming from Iraq.rsroberto-12/8/2008
222Oil contract prices are again disconnected from the physical product. It's saveslivesbyday-12/7/2008
221Just for posterity, in case it turns out you called the turn. A day early is clPeter V-10/16/2008
220bobcor noted yesterday that the CRB had broken through support, but it seems to Peter V-10/16/2008
219<i> Overdone oil selloff, or demand destruction?</i> Maybe a bit ofPaul Kern-10/16/2008
218Overdone oil selloff, or demand destruction?saveslivesbyday-10/16/2008
217<i>have you seen the price of gold and silver this AM?</i> I look aPaul Kern-9/2/2008
216Paul, I agree, which is why I stipulated "right now". Perception is rsaveslivesbyday-9/2/2008
215<i>So much for "peak oil" right now? Looks like supply and demanPaul Kern19/2/2008
214So much for "peak oil" right now? Looks like supply and demand are stisaveslivesbyday-9/2/2008
213Nah, oil always craters on no specific news. You still/back in DTO? I was awPeter V-8/4/2008
212Anyone still think there wasn't a bit of an oil/commodity bubble?saveslivesbyday-8/4/2008
211CFTC: Dozens Of Energy Investigations Currently Open Last update: 7/24/2008 11:1Paul Kern-7/24/2008
210Oil Falls Below $125 as U.S. Fuel Supplies Gain, Demand Drops By Mark Shenk JuPaul Kern-7/23/2008
209Gee, if they want it at 80, why don't they just decree the price is fixed atpatron_anejo_por_favor-7/23/2008
208Congress Pursues $80 Oil With Trading Limits, Disclosure Rules By Daniel WhittePaul Kern-7/23/2008
207Stuff outside of the housing/credit/oil priced for armageddon already..they probJohn Vosilla-7/20/2008
206Oil to Hit $100: Good for Stocks, But Economic Damage 'Baked In' financPeter V-7/18/2008
205Interesting buys, agree with your basic idea for the bounce. However, there is Archie Meeties-7/18/2008
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