Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas last Wednesday, dumping more than forty inches of rain on much of Southern Texas. Our hearts go out to those affected by the disaster and recommend donating to the Houston Food bank. In the aftermath of Harvey, we have seen great displays of courage and compassion as the humanitarian […]
There’s a joke about the main difference between Europe and America that goes something like this: Americans think 100 years is a long time. Europeans think 100 miles is a long distance. Probably no other quote, serious or otherwise, best sums up the American affair with the automobile. From the massive infrastructure projects undertaken in […]
I know, this is a topic we here at DQYDJ have covered before… specifically back on July 2nd, 2009 when gas was averaging the incredible price of $2.63. This specific article was inspired by the recent comeback gas prices have made – gas today average $3.33 a gallon nationwide, according to Fuel Gauge Report from AAA. However, today we’re going to give you the opportunity to calculate what it would take for you to hedge your gas prices with our nifty gas price hedging calculator!
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I’ve written plenty about gasoline lately, but only about gas taxes. Let’s shift gears a bit… Do you think gas prices will increase? If gas prices increase, is there a way for you to hedge against that increase so it doesn’t affect you? Of course!