Since I work for a large Oil company, it's really easy to watch the Oil market at work. It appears to me that the news cycle like you see on Bloomberg is totally rigged, and you can almost trade the opposite of what the news says. It's a gamble, but when I see the prices dip on "warm weather expectations" I buy USO or OIL then wait for a snowstorm or Nigerian attack, than I sell into the strength. I've done that every week for the last two months except last week. I'm still long after the latest OPEC meeting thinking Oil might bump 65, but it may return to 60, where I repeat the process again based on news and gut feel. It's been pretty easy to score, except for the day Oil went down two dollars and took out my stops. I may take a small bath but I'm holding now because I think all the holiday traffic will draw down supplies. The pro's say heating oil drives the price, but I think that's so we'll believe the weather news. I really think it's all those cars on the road, and it seems like it's bumper to bumper everywhere at the moment.