3 Plays for $140+ Oil

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Storied energy investor T. Boone Pickens is at it again; this time he's calling for $145 oil in the future. Given his energy track record and expertise, we'd be anxious about doubting him. If you agree and think $145 per barrel could be on the horizon, Austin and Andrew outline a few different ways for you to profit.

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