“Last year, when oil was at $145, that killed the global economy. I worry that oil is going to go up above $100 for reasons that have nothing to do with the fundamentals of supply and demand. Oil at $100 would have the same negative effects on the global economy as oil did at $145 last year.”

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  1. Dwindling supply and aggressive demand could equal a wild ride in the marketplace. The parameters are increasingly difficult to quantify and seem to be in a constant flux of change. As for what the actual price will be, you might have better luck grabbing on to a slippery pigskin during a rain storm.

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