Fund Manager: Get Long Big Oil, Stay There

Posted by Wealth Wire - Thursday, April 28th, 2011

Mutual fund manager Mike Shinnick talks about how to pick energy stocks in a time of decreasing production. Also discusses his bullish case for oil (Asian demand and "cheap oil" disappearing). Highlighted picks: Marathon (MRO) and Devon (DVN).

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