Quantcast
Are you getting the best rate from your broker?
Compare your broker's rates now to find out if you can save money

Choose your broker below
Welcome to Dividend.com. Please help us personalize your experience.

Select the one that best describes you
Dividend logo

The other day I drove over to my favorite gas station to fill up. I say favorite because the station usually charges three or four cents less per gallon than the three stations at a closer intersection. And this time I was more than pleasantly surprised: regular gas, for cash, was just $1.999 a gallon.

That’s a price I haven’t seen in New York City or the New York suburbs since who remembers when. And last week, on a trip to that low-gas-tax nirvana known as New Jersey, where self-service stations are against the law, the attendant filled our tank for $1.699 a gallon. Happy days are here again. Or are they?

To read the Full Story, Go Premium or Log In

Popular Articles

Premium Goldmansachs
News

Goldman’s Warning on Returns

Even the most stoic of long-term market participants must have seen the rise in volatility over...

Dividend Investing Ideas Center

Warning Signs for Dividend Investors

Dividend-focused stocks are a great way for investors to get current income while hoping for...

Premium Mlp%20conceptual%20word%20cloud
News

Are MLPs Dying?

After the recession and during the Fed’s prolonged zero-interest-rate policy days, investors...