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  • trycure2 trycure2 Feb 14, 2013 4:33 PM Flag

    Limp this fake rally is offically toast!

    Nobody seems to be watching or even care that gasoline prices have jumped
    9% in the last 2 days
    with $GASO now trading at $3.32
    and only .10 cents away from market crash levels
    The fractals have been grinding sideways for a week now
    but that all changes next week and into March
    people don't understand how gasoline prices at these levels
    hurt retail sales and future earnings

    California gas prices skyrocket; state average $4.06 per gallon
    Tuesday, 12 February 2013 21:52 Editor .The conversion to summer-blend gasoline, statewide refinery issues, and a rise in crude oil prices have sent California prices to new highs, according to the latest AAA Northern California monthly gas survey.

    Many metro areas in Northern California saw an increase of at least 31 cents per gallon over the past month.

    California’s average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline is $4.06, up 45 cents since last month’s AAA report on January 8, 2013.

    For perspective, gas prices today are 22 cents more expensive than California’s average price on this date last year.

    Among all 50 states, California has the second highest state average price for regular, unleaded gasoline. Hawaii is the highest at $4.24.

    “The price of gasoline in California rose above $4.00 per gallon on Friday, marking the first time since November 3, 2012, when California was last above this level, that a state average in the continental U.S. has exceeded this threshold.” said Cynthia Harris, AAA Northern California spokesperson.

    Northern California gas prices are now averaging $3.95, a change of 39 cents in price from last month’s report.

    In the San Francisco Bay Area, motorists can expect to pay an average price of $4.03, which is up 35 cents from last month.

    The California state average price of $4.06 is up 45 cents, which is 46 cents more than the national price of unleaded regular gasoline, $3.60.

    In the first 90 days of 2012, geopolitical tensions with Iran pressured the national price at the pump almost 65 cents higher.

    The beginning of 2013 does not have a similar situation that is moving the market. Unlike recent years (Libya in 2011 and Iran in 2012), escalating geopolitical tensions overseas have not been a major contributing factor to the early-year price increase. AAA expects that the increases to the national average will slow as temporary production concerns are addressed.

    In the Northeast, reports surfaced of long lines at the pump as drivers filled up their cars in advance of winter storm “Nemo,” which blanketed much of the Northeast with snow over the weekend. However the ultimate short-term impact on regional retail prices was minimal as expected.

    The ultimate impact of the storm is likely to push back demand for gas, as the snow continues to keep drivers off of the road in the densely populated Northeast.

    After declining slightly to end last week, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) prices again moved up today settling $1.31 higher at $97.03 per barrel at the close of formal trading on the NYMEX.

    The least expensive average price in Northern California can be found in Modesto, where regular is $3.84 per gallon. Of all the metro areas in Northern California, where gas prices are tracked by AAA, Eureka has the highest average price at $4.15. The highest price of gasoline in the nation’s metro areas is in Hilo, Hawaii, at $4.26 per gallon.

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    • Trycure , you have warning people about gas prices for a while now , and only now is the media starting to talk about this. Fox news had a piece on it yesterday. I know we are close to a crash , I hope it comes soon, I have the patience of a monk , but even I am getting sick of this #$%$ Bernanke and watching the S&P jump 10 points in a few minutes every morning.

      • 1 Reply to limpy27
      • I have also been warning that the US markets will not fall because of internal issues
        but it will be an external trigger like
        Japan, Euroland or from Space
        Japan and Euroland both were in the news today
        with major contractions in their economies including the powerhouse Germany
        and tomorrow a meteor passes the earth
        passing even closer than our orbiting satallites
        This market smacks of desperation
        and people are getting sick and tired of the manipulation
        and that's why many are going to cash
        This market is up over 100% with one of the biggest
        food stamp bubbles in American History?
        That is not the kind of healthy growth my parents taught me

    • Try, I just filled up my tank an hour ago and paid 3.89 per gallon here in Massachusetts , and that was the lowest price.

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