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  1. What to Do With a Tax Refund

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    Sun, 6 Apr 2014

    savings plan (probably 30%-50%). 2. Park cash explicitly for the purpose of buying a few hundred gallons of heating oil next winter. 3. Top up the emergency fund, probably with a mix of I-bonds and munis. 4. Invest the remainder

  2. New Morningstar Analyst Report for New Jersey Resources Corporation

    Stock Reports

    Mon, 17 Mar 2014

    population trickles in and conversions continue, especially at current natural gas prices that are extremely low relative to heating oil . We project 1.5% customer growth per year, with investments in regulated utility infrastructure and solar projects

  3. From Barron’s, February 10, 2014 (Part 1)

    Commentary

    Sat, 8 Feb 2014

    the total credit. But bigger problems may be ahead in Chinese corporate credits . Pg M9, Commodities: Prices for heating oil are up due to bitter cold. But inventories are also low, so the prices will remain strong even after winter. Related

  4. North American Nat Gas markets being globalized

    Commentary

    Sat, 3 Aug 2013

    the propaganda of the oil lobby that this oil will benefit the US consumer will be exposed at the gas pump and in the heating oil and road diesel tanks. Since there is still no mention of this crude being licensed to be exported as US produced crude

  5. Kirby's Coastal Operations Continue to Improve in the First Quarter

    Commentary

    Thu, 25 Apr 2013

    Overall, the strong performance came from recovering demand for the coastal transport of crude oil, condensate, and heating oil (cooler weather in the Northeast). New coastal business from existing inland customers also contributed. Revenue

  6. Kirby's Coastal Operations Show Signs of Improvement in the Fourth Quarter

    Commentary

    Fri, 1 Feb 2013

    Overall, the strong performance came from recovering demand for the coastal transport of crude oil, condensate, and heating oil (cooler weather in the Northeast). Management commented that decent coastwise demand persisted into first quarter

  7. Today In Commodities: What's Next For Crude?

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    Thu, 16 Aug 2012

    sustain these levels for much longer. RBOB made a 4 month high with prices within 11 cents of their spring highs. Heating oil has showed resiliency as well filling a gap from early May on the advance of 1.22% today. I didn't suspect the

  8. Today In Commodities: No Stopping Stocks

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    Tue, 7 Aug 2012

    down which is currently 20 cents under current prices. I do not expect much more upside so start to lighten up longs. Heating oil is above its 100 day MA for the first time since late April as well closing just under $3/gallon. I see $3.02

  9. Today In Commodities: Strong Start For Crude

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    Mon, 6 Aug 2012

    level just above $2.88. I don't feel upside is exhausted and a probe of $3 is possible in my opinion. September heating oil traded above the 100 day MA for the first time since the first week of May. Like RBOB I see prices making a run above

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