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It appears that WTI/Brent spread has weakened to the extent that the arbitrage to bring North Sea crude to US Gulf coast has eroded somewhat. This and the fact that we are entering into the high gasoline demand season may just spur crude prices to edge up a little. Of course, we all can help a little by taking our motor homes, our SUV's and all other 'gasoline thirsty' toys and ... have a great real blast!!!. But, question is: If we all spend, say, an extra $1,000.- on fuel this summer, will we recover that much (or more) in appreciation of our energy stock holdings? I, for one, think not.
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