Warren Buffett Breaking Bad -- Does Meth Pay More Than the Stock Market?

The new season of Breaking Bad premiered last week with a record-breaking 5.9 million viewers. One of those viewers was Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett, a self-described "huge fan" of the show. While attending the official premiere event, Buffett rubbed elbows with the stars and, in an interview with Buzzfeed, described the lead character, Walter White, as a "great businessman."

That got us thinking: What if Warren Buffett -- one of the greatest businessmen of all-time -- were to break bad and become a drug dealer? In this episode of Motley Fool Money Buzz, we compare Warren Buffet to the Warren-Buffett-of-drug-trafficking and explore some of the Oracle's more lucrative addictions that have made him the successful investor he is.

The price of becoming the world's greatest investor is that Buffett can no longer make many of types of investments that made him rich in the first place. Find out about one such opportunity in "The Stock Buffett Wishes He Could Buy." The free report details a sector of the economy Buffett's heavily invested in right now and exactly why he can't buy one attractive company in that sector. Click here to keep reading. 

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