Gasoline Demand Is A Red Herring

Image from dfer.org Gasoline demand is a red herring. A red herring is something that ​takes ​attention away from a more ​important ​subject. Gasoline demand distracts from the more important subject thatthere is no fundamentalreason for the current oil-price rally. U.S. Gasoline ConsumptionHas Fallen 2 Million Barrels Per Day Since 2005 Those whobelievethat gasoline […]

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