gas prices and "Shipping and Handling"

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Question: How will the rising gas effect UPS, DHL, Fedex…?
Will they still be able to run business with out raising prices?
If they do raise prices how will it affect their business?
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Or are they still making out okay because of their efficiency and shire mass shipping?
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The truth is we the consumer have to pay for the price of shipping and handling no matter what, if that means paying UPS a few bucks more for shipping in to our door or if it means paying $50 extra at Walmart for “artificial inflation,” I talked about in a previous post. We still have to pay for shipping either way! So in a since that might actually benefit UPS if they can figure out how to use it to thier advantage. Right?

All Prices go up

People have been complaining a lot recently not just about oil prices going up, but food prices, Go to fullsize image
toy pries,
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paper prices
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….everything is going up! Sure you might place blame on “inflation” but there is something greater going on….something so simple that people are missing it.
Think logically with me.
All of those items require transportation right? (Food, toys, paper)…
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And Oil is a natural resource that Asia countries have quickly learned to embrace. This means that it is running out even faster than usual. So the answer to will oil ever drop soon = unlikely unless we start drilling in Canada/Alaska…
But then even after we take all of that oil in less than sixty years the price is going to sky rocket again. IT IS A NATURAL RESOURCE!
To answer the main question:
We know that oil is bound to stay a high price and likely continue to go up…
Continue to think logically with me.
If all other items in America require transportation, they also require oil.
If oil is high, then transportation costs more,
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if transportation costs more
then the final price is going to be higher than usual.
It is an artificial inflation.
Technically it is not inflation which is the problem, just oil.

Oil goes up and so does everything else.

think gas price is bad in America….?

CNN keeps track of gas prices worldwide: Keep this site as a bookmark as a reminder that someone else is paying more than you per gallon!


Good article from Washington Post

Here is a good Youtube video about WHY gas prices are so high right now and will continue to rise more soon and continually.

The video then suggests a product that will suppose-ably help save money by increasing your fuel mileage and save money…I am not endorsing this product. But I thought the video was insightful.