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Is Warren Buffett Even An Investor Any More?

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May 04, 2012 – Comments (4)

More and more around the world are starting to think like Alstry.....

89 million Americans unemployed but the unemployment rate is only 8%?  50% of the college grads can't find jobs but the unemployment rate is only 8%?  50 million people on food stamps but the unemployment rate is 8%?  America running a $1.5 Trillion dollar deficit but the unemployment rate is only 8%?

More are starting to wake up......and more are even starting to tell you what Alstry has been saying since 2008.

Is Warren Buffett Still The World’s Greatest Investor?

How can anyone call Warren Buffett an investor when Warren himself admits that his performance and his wealth is simply the product of a taxpayer bailout?

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/17/opinion/17buffett.html?_r=2

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#1) On May 04, 2012 at 10:25 AM, valuemoney (99.99) wrote:

How can anyone call Warren Buffett an investor when Warren himself admits that his performance and his wealth is simply the product of a taxpayer bailout?

R u series? Did you read the article? He also stated his company would have been the LAST to fail. That means he was the best of the best. His performance and wealth was created long before the bailout. Greedy people and a few that didnt understand leverage caused the financial crisis. If the bailout didnt happen Warren Buffett WOULD HAVE BENIFITED MORE! He had cash when most others where overleverage and couldnt get monies. The only way Berkshire would have failed is if the whole ecomonic system failed. Which maybe could have happened if the government didnt step in. Can I ask.....would that have made you happy?

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#2) On May 04, 2012 at 11:57 AM, alstry (35.46) wrote:

You are right...he "WAS"

But he would have gone bankrupt.......and he admits to it.

Thus, his current wealth is nothing more than the product of a taxpayer bailout.....which by definition vitiates his status as an "investor."

All I am saying is Warren is no longer an investor, he is simply a rich nephew living off the trust of his even richer Uncle Sam....something he used to be opposed to in many of his annual reports.

Thanks for proving the point....

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#3) On May 05, 2012 at 2:12 AM, valuemoney (99.99) wrote:

Would you please answer my last ? on my 1st comment? I would like to know your answer.

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#4) On May 05, 2012 at 2:29 AM, valuemoney (99.99) wrote:

And the question is...... Would you have been happy if the whole economic system failed?

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