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The Road to Omaha: Sighting the Duck as an Elephant

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Thu, 25 Apr 2013

We have been discussing keys to the investment success of Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway as we approach the 2013 annual meeting. In this week’s edition, we are considering a company which might make a good “elephant” for Berkshire to buy. Many years ago, Warren Buffett laid out the criteria

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