The stock rises 8% on unconfirmed reports of a deal with a large beverage company. Shares have been extremely volatile for years.
Instead of moving away from sugary drinks, the beverage maker decides to boost advertising.
Some people might think the Oracle has lost his touch, and that's exactly when his bets pay off, the 'Mad Money' host says.
Drought and other pressures in the agriculture sector haven't hurt these companies.
No matter what the market does next, don't be left holding these losers.
One company has won the cola wars -- but the other has the edge with investors going forward.
The sports frenzy includes billions of dollars spent on ads, beer and apparel.
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