Analyst Predicts $5.75 Gas and $200 Oil
The energy analyst whose predictions sparked the recent fueled worldwide oil price speculation has just gone public with his latest forecast: $200 a barrel oil and $5.75 a gallon gas.
Conducting Talk Show interviews on this topic is Craig R. Smith, coauthor of the book "Black Gold Stranglehold." Craig gives the dire detains from Goldman Sachs' so-called 'worldwide super spike'. Said Smith, "If Iran closes the Strait of Hormuz we will likely be looking at $200 oil overnight. In 1979/80 gold surged to $850/oz or $2200 when adjusted for inflation after Iran threatened to close this strategic Straight that has 35% of the world's oil supply running through it daily."
ABOUT CRAIG SMITH...
Craig R. Smith is the Chairman and founder of www.OilSolutions.org
and author of Black Gold Stranglehold. As an oil and economic analyst, Craig instantly engages audiences with his common-sense perspective on national and global economic trends. Over the past two decades he has been interviewed on over 1,500 radio and TV programs including: FOX News, CNN, CNBC, ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS, TNT, CBN, TBN, Time, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Newsweek and World Net Daily. He currently resides in Phoenix.
To schedule an interview with CRAIG SMITH, call: 630-848-0750 or fill out the Do-It-Yourself Booking Form.
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