Keeping Warm as Home Heating Oil Prices Rise

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There's a nip in the air, and higher fuel prices mean a rather substantial nip in the pocketbook. We talk about how to keep warm without burning a hole in your wallet.


Phil Flynn, vice president and senior oil analyst at Alaron Trading, Chicago, Ill.

Matt Heimer, senior editor at Smart Money magazine.

Max Martina, director of the Alternative Energy Institute, Truckee, Calif.

Rozanne Weissman, director of communications and marketing for the Alliance to Save Energy, Washington, D.C.

Other guests TBA



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