How to Roll Gas Prices Back to the Year 1993
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The average American spends about $100 a month on gas. Maybe you spend more. If that's the case, then you should pay attention, because we have an energy trading strategy that will net you $96 a month - effectively reducing gas prices to 1993 levels of $0.99 a gallon.

That's right. We've come up with a way to turn back the clock on gas prices - and we're giving it to you for free.

This is a crucially important strategy because 2012 was the costliest year ever at the pump.

The national average is now $3.787 for a gallon of regular gas, up from $3.452 a year ago, according to the AAA Fuel Gauge report. And in some places, like California, it's shot above $5 a gallon.

As much as I'd like to tell you this is just a temporary blip, the truth is it's not. This is the new normal. High oil prices and low refining capacity will ensure that Americans will never see prices below $3.00 a gallon again.

This race is made up of thousands of players, each spending billions in an attempt to lock down energy dominance.

And this crowded playing field is filled with just as many pretenders as it is contenders. But the Wall Street elite aren't about to separate the two and make it easy for you.

So sign up and get your free report. It's time to stop the bleeding.

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