I agree with Jim Cramer, the financial broadcaster. If oil heads down, say twenty bucks, then the markets will head high for new heights.
The imperative of course is to defuse the unnecessary tension over Iran. They too like to sleep in peace, without fear of being bombed.
From what I understand, the Persians follow Zorathustra, and when the Ayatollahs say they do not believe in building weapons of destruction, we have to give them credibility. Their faith and belief systems are unique. Their God does not allow them to wreck anything. Their nuclear programme is for alternative energy source, and perhaps we should take this on trust, in the absence of any credible nuclear threat from them.
As the tension evaporates, all can peacefully go about their business of developing their economies and feeding their people - goals which all of Humanity has in common.
And once oil heads down, all nations will prosper, registering on the barometer of the peoples' confidence, the stockmarkets.