Shares fell 9 percent during the quarter, which offers a compelling entry price now.
The Federal Reserve and Congressional politics threaten to rain on the market party.
New legislation is allowing foreign companies to finally invest in the country's vast oil reserves.
Stocks have bounced all over the place this month. Investors should take a conservative approach and focus on specific areas of underperformance.
He's made some mistakes in the sector and sat out much of the US shale boom. Now, however, Berkshire is building some positions.
History offers some clues about how to survive what could be the final stages of a multi-year bull run.
Several big quarterly reports will shed some light on 2 sectors that have soared this year.
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