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Buffett, barrels and basketball.

If those subjects pique your interest, you won't want to miss today's editionof's

Happy Hour.

Hosts Eric Gillin and Chris Edmonds take an in-depth look at WarrenBuffett's annual letter to shareholders with two longtime Buffett disciples: Robert Hagstrom, author of

The Essential Buffett: Timeless Principles for the New Economy


The Warren Buffett Way

, and Howard Alter, president of Alter Asset Management and a long-time


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shareholder, provide their opinions of Buffett's missive.

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Plus, ahead of tomorrow's OPEC meeting, Dan Pickering, director of energy research at Simmons & Co. and a member of

Energy Roundtable, discusses recent gains in oil prices and energy stocks, offering some powerful ideas for your portfolio.

Then, Happy Hour's sports guru, Barry Lieberman, offers his take on the big dance: the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. Duke, Cincinnati, Kansas and Maryland are favored to earn a trip to Atlanta for this year's Final Four, but a few surprises along the way will no doubt bring excitement to March Madness. Barry offers his best wagers in the first weekend of the tourney.

You can join Eric and Chris for Happy Hour by clicking on the Happy Hour tile that will appear at the top of

at 4:45 p.m. EST. The show begins at 5 p.m.

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