Billionaires have much to teach ordinary investors about managing money.
Lower energy prices will be a net positive for the U.S. economy.
Income inequality is a drag on economic growth.
Lower oil prices and a solid economy will support stocks.
The energy market will have a big impact on stock prices this year.
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