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Oil prices now change daily in one hour 5%,more than half of stocks changes since $20

Oil prices now change regularly almost on a daily basis in one hour 5%. That's more than half of what main western oil stocks changed since oil was $20. Now the question that the media avoids is : why ? I will answer, if nobody else will 8(what I'm pretty sure will be the fall in this site ...)
January 10 NYMEX CRUDE charts
January 10 NYMEX CRUDE charts
Oil prices now change regularly almost on a daily basis in one hour 5%. That's more than half of what main western oil stocks changed since oil was $20. Example BP over last year:

http://chart.finance.yahoo.com/c/1y/b/bp.gif

Example NYMEX Crude, January 10 (same pattern for the last weeks) :

http://chart.bigcharts.com/custom/usatoday-com/marketwatch-ss-ii.img?symb=CRUDE

Now the question that the media avoids is : why ? I will answer, if nobody else will 8(what I'm pretty sure will be the fall in this site ...)

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volitility? 10.Jan.2005 21:48

some thing wickid this way comes

are you saying that the oil market is more volitile than it used to be? If so, this might be due to there being wide spread anxiety in the market.

i'f this isn't right, then do tell what is the answer.

HEY.....WHATS GOING ON?......COULD IT BE!!! 11.Jan.2005 08:57

alan

peak oil?

ANSWER 13.Jan.2005 14:40

Matt Marriott

NATO's oil was explained here long ago (April 1999) : The day oil prices set records daily the latest in 2004 And when that day came, in May 2004, the castle of cards started collapsing. The moment where the truth about the last hope (Saudi Arabia) of the islamo-NATziO alliance couldn't be hidden any more. As the NATO sheeple accepted the mark of the beast (October 3 to November 2, 2004) the islamo-NATziO alliance took the opportunity to place oil in the markets BELOW production costs. One last desperate move to gain extra-extra time Why has Wall Street missed it so badly ? Elementary school students can understand the answer So now you know the answer