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Warren's Company thinks Oil has hit Bottom $$$ in Nearterm

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November 15, 2013 – Comments (2) | RELATED TICKERS: BP , COP , XOM

Buys big stake in ExxonMoblie.

$3.45 B inExxonMobil

It does seem as though oil fell too fast and furious on US and Iranian talks in the last couple of months. Especially when considering that the Libyan Oil is still having troubles trying to get back to pre-war production.

Remember, oil was in full production back in 2007-2008 in both Libya and Iran and oil still hit $147 during that time period. I see the USA Bakken oil region as being able to take up the slack of the Libyan oil production problems and therefore I am not expecting oil to rise above $120 until at least 2020+ when the Bakken region is expected to start going downhill in production levels as opposed to the upward production its seeing today.

So when Warren makes a monster $3.45B investment in a OIL Company it should not be taken lightly. I see it as a massive bullish sentiment for the entire Oil Sector by the master of investing the last 50 years in the market.

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#1) On November 15, 2013 at 2:12 PM, IBDvalueinvestin (99.68) wrote:

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#2) On November 15, 2013 at 2:30 PM, ElCid16 (95.41) wrote:

I don't think that Buffett has suddenly taken a uber bullish stance on oil.  He simply rolled money out of one oil comany (COP) to another oil company (XOM).

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