Some people might think the Oracle has lost his touch, and that's exactly when his bets pay off, the 'Mad Money' host says.
No other retailer can operate as efficiently, and on the same scale.
Rex Tillerson and his wealthy Texas neighbors are fighting the construction of a tower that would provide water for drilling.
The price of oil is expected to fall over the next 2 years and Big Oil is likely to bear the brunt of the downturn.
Down for 2014, Exxon Mobil, Phillips 66 and other oil stocks are starting to rally.
Investors would do better over time investing in boring, low-volatility stocks that are hardly ever in the news.
The Oracle of Omaha recently bought $3.7 billion in Exxon Mobil shares. It's a perfect time for an options trade against it.
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