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Old 11-19-2007, 03:39 PM
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I won't say for sure whether any of my money is invested in it or not. All I know is that what little retirement I have in an account is invested in a moderately aggressive fund set up.

As for me directly owning stocks that I know about? NOPE.

My first post in this thread was more of an observation that for all the craziness in the middle east and the volatility of oil supply, I find it surprising it has taken almost 3 decades to top record prices.

While I wish in one sense we could set record lows, that would only weaken our focus on how important it is for America to move away from our oil dependency. High prices are actually good for bringing attention to our need for renewable energies.
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