Fears of yet another Greece loan default were on the minds of many investors today as futures showed moderate losses as the dollar strengthened. Greece is hoping that banks will forgive roughly $130 billion in debt due in the next few months. If only my bank would forgive half of my mortgage, I would be a happy man! Positive news from the housing industry was reported as existing home sales increased 5% in December. The market couldn't rally enough today and with gasoline demand falling over 6% in a month on month comparison, the threat of demand destruction in a slightly improving economy is a real concern. It is hard to believe that we have seen six down days in the last seven sessions in the Heat pit. We have peeled off almost 10 cents during that time frame. This following our prediction that once we touch 3.10ish we should pull back. As this has been the pattern for the year. Looming over the weekend is a European vote on accepting Iranian oil, as reports of US ships moving out of the region. As a quick snow event moves through the region this weekend, lets all remember to keep those fills clear and accessible. Crude fell $1.93 to $98.46, RBOB lost .0310 and HEAT lost .0476 to $2.9884.