The Energy Department was hard at work in 2015, and we’ve got the numbers to prove it. This year we were involved in two major international agreements: the historic nuclear deal thatblocks Iran’s four pathways to a nuclear bomb, and the COP21 climate agreement — a major milestone in the fight against climate change. Our carbon… Keep reading →

Liverpool Biennial 2006

Gold prices will continue to retreat, as of today, December 6, 2014 it is $1,192 an ounce. I believe it will be below $1,000 an ounce before year end 2015. Oil prices will be below $60 a barrel by year end 2015. The S&P 500 will exceed $2,200 a share sometime in 2015. The Supreme… Keep reading →