Gas Price Misery Going Wiemar ~ The Risk Averse Alert

Friday, March 23, 2012

Gas Price Misery Going Wiemar

Bad news. More pain at the pump appears in store...


That is if similar technical conditions this time last year are any indication.

You have to wonder, too, whether hyperinflationary breakdown bringing refineries to close might place the world at a Wiemar launch base from which the price of all things from here forward will explode. Indeed, despite fading [positive] momentum (bottom panel) unleaded gasoline's price continues inching higher. It's not difficult to picture an explosive lift from here, with misery, along with political interest in a presidential election year, going parabolic.

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