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January 1, 2018

Celebrity Fitness Icon Rob Niter, Dives Into Acting

Rob Niter, a professional natural bodybuilder, international fitness model, motivational speaker and entrepreneur who is outstanding and well known for his great exploits, immense knowledge and wisdom in the fitness industry. He is also a fitness model, celebrity trainer, actor and author. He won the 2013 Musclemania Lonestar Overall Muscle Model and 2014 Musclemania All Forces Overall Physique and Muscle Model Championships. In 2015 he won the Musclemania Overall Muscle Model Championships. The aesthetic bodybuilder who inspires many on multiple social media platforms tells Rob Niter -- who's also been in several of Stephen King's Mr. Mercedes T.V. series -- was in Germany yesterday where he showed off his phenomenal physique and dieselness. But more impressive than his 6-pack, Niter told Digital Journal about his goals and drive behind his diverse success: “MY MOTIVATION COMES FROM THE PASSION, AMBITION AND THE VISION TO IMPROVE SELF. IT’S AN INTERNAL DRIVE OF KNOWING THAT I MUST GIVE IT MY ALL AND DO MY BEST AT WHAT I LOVE IN ORDER TO REACH SATISFACTION. I ALSO SURROUND MYSELF WITH POSITIVE PEOPLE TO KEEP ME INSPIRED.” Niter’s latest project is as an actor on several episodes of the Music and Murder TV series, scheduled to air in 2018.​ It’s always encouraging to see someone like Niter try to parlay their physique and modest competitive success into a strong personal brand. Young bodybuilders who perhaps are not invested in pro careers could keep an eye on Niter as an example of how to make it in the entertainment industry!

robniter • 11 hours ago

Dr. Daniel Fine: Oil And Gas: A Look At What 2018 May Bring

The price of oil in 2018 will be volatile with commodity market traders selling on signals of OPEC-Russia “cheating” or members producing more oil than the extended Algiers Agreement output quotas. This should be expected as U.S. shale producers push past 10 million barrels per day and exceed 1970 as the all-time high for the United States. At 10.4 million bpd (barrels per day), American oil production will surpass Saudi Arabia and Russia. Herein lies the price range: 2015 all over again. Real OPEC and Russian output will break Algiers (1.8 million barrels off the world market until September). Price range to $62.50 WTI high in the first half of the year and $38.65 at end of the second half or one year from today; 2019 would resemble most of 2015. There is a second threat to price and production in the Southwest and Dakota. Hedge funds invested in public or listed companies want share buy-backs or dividends. In short, they want to make money now as opposed to operators sinking more cashflow into new production projects. The conflict inside Hess is the first example. Traditional oil operators are 5-year business planners for returns on investment while the new private equity owners or investors are quarterly or payback pressure points for higher stock market share prices and distribution. OPEC/Russia is the external market threat leading to the lower price range alongside an internal investor/owner threat of less cash flow plow back for future production projects and more for short-term return on investment. Oil price and production will also reflect Saudi Arabian domestic instability over its simultaneous offensive against Iranian influence in the Middle East and social and economic modernization against traditionalism. The plan is for less dependence on oil exports with technology and manufacturing in the national economy: social change and the status of women in the “revolution.”-> The complete article is here->

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