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Oil Executives Singing That Old Hit Tune: We're In The Money

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Watch the oil prices soar very soon as the monster season for Hurricanes brews (too late to sell those holiday homes in FL without sustaining a loss):

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/12920341/

US coast braced for another battering by hurricanes

Financial Times

• 2006 hurricane forecast: 8-10 storms

on MSNBC.com

By Andrew Ward in Atlanta

Updated: 4:12 p.m. ET May 22, 2006

US government forecasters on Monday warned of another "very active" tropical storm season in the Atlantic Ocean, with an above average 8-10 hurricanes expected to form over the next six months.

Time to buy oil shares as profits set to soar as Hurricanes take out off shore drilling rigs in Caribbean area!

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Time to buy oil shares as profits set to soar as Hurricanes take out off shore drilling rigs in Caribbean area!

As long as you don't buy shares in those whose primary rigs are in the Caribbean area of course! ;)

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Not so sure--the loss of a few rigs is an excuse to jack the prices up. Create a shortage by any means and if the Hurricane is not strong enough a little scuttling here and there will do the trick.

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