Gasoline Price History

Gasoline price history can give us clues to where gas prices are headed in the future so that we can prepare investment strategies to take advantage of those predicted prices.

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Wholesale gasoline price history clearly shows gasoline price rising.

Chart of the history of wholesale gasoline prices shows gasoline prices rising dramaticly since the lows made in late 2001. The price reflexs the cost at the wholesale level, before it is sent to the local points of distribution. The chart clearly shows the price more than doubling between late 2001 and 2004.

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Current Gasoline PriceChart

Above latest monthly gas prices ...

Long range view of gasoline price history 1984 to 2005...below

Chart Depicting The Gasoline Prices At The Wholesale Level

The rising price of gasoline in the above chart strongly suggests that once prices reach the $1.35 level, that wholesale prices will move above $2.00 a gallon.

With the wholesale price of gasoline above the $2.00 level we can expect retail prices at the pump to climb to $3.00 a gallon.

For a gasoline price history chart at the retail level see the following.

Prices of super unleaded gasoline at the pump. see chart

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