Avoid getting squeezed, or cut by a falling knife.
And no marketing department to call.
The Saudis are playing for keeps, and they can do it for a while.
There should be time to establish a crude position once the trend balances.
Despite last year's shellacking.
It's not impossible to think that oil can climb once Putin is gone.
The price of oil takes its toll on rigs.
Russian contraction through 2015 could just the tip of the iceberg.
The fall in oil prices helps some foreign policy goals.
The CEO of Kuwait's state oil firm predicts $65 oil price.

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