Oil To Spike on Tensions Between Iran and Israel; Busy Summer Travel Season Approaches
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Oil To Spike on Tensions Between Iran and Israel; Busy Summer Travel Season Approaches

Tehrān : Iran | Mar 22, 2012 at 6:33 AM PDT
Source: PRWeb
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March 22, 2012

This week AAA announced their forecast of summer gasoline prices and predicted many parts of the nation will see $4/gallon gas and some states will see $5/gallon gas in the next couple of months. Secretary of Defense) Leon Panetta believed that Israel would strike Iran potentially as early as “April, May, or June”. Nearly 2 weeks later the head of the Russian General Staff, General Nikolay Makarov, echoed Panetta’s strategic mindset by saying, "Iran is a sore spot,” and “I think a decision will be made by the summer."

Top Gun Options CEO and former U.S. Navy Fighter pilot Matthew 'Whiz' Buckley, who flew 44 combat sorties in the region, believes now is the time to be long oil. "I have several good friends who recently returned or are currently deployed as Commanding Officers of fighter squadrons on the tip of the spear in the NAG (Northern Arabian Gulf) who confirm that tensions are much higher than reported in the media."

Follow this link to see Top Gun Options Bullish Double Vertical Trade on United States Oil ETF (USO): https://cx955.infusionsoft.com/go/tgoprta/whizpr/

Top Gun Options has conducted thorough intelligence gathering on this trade. Head of the Russian General Staff to be in public agreement about anything, let alone a military attack. Even if the promise by this administration of 'Bunker Busting' bombs to Israel delays an attack, something has to give and it doesn't look like anyone is going to blink on either side. Add the coming summer travel season and $4-$5 gas and we believe this position on the USO is strategically sound."

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2012/3/prweb9312865.htm

 
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