Is Buffett the Biggest Bubble of All?

I saw this article today: Is Buffett the Biggest Bubble of All?

The author could be right or could be wrong. All we can know, without seeing everything behind Buffett’s curtain, is the price of Berkshire Hathaway. It has trended down since last fall only to reverse in the last few weeks. If you had a trading system to capture that price move then you made money. But making predictions as this author has is real tough business. It always comes down to: Do you want to be “right” or make money.

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4 thoughts on “Is Buffett the Biggest Bubble of All?

  1. Fool.com is the only online source (not even listening CNBC clowns) that gives me quirks in my stomach. They have some interesting insights rarely but reading their mumbo jumbo just makes me want to vomit.

  2. Fool is like a cheerleading service for Buffett.
    Lots of their strategies have failed.
    Irrespective of whether Buffett makes or breaks,his reputation has been somewhat tarnished due to his risk management and exit strategies-things he was famous for.

  3. Oh for goodness sakes..blasting Buffet’s acumen requires nothing more than 20-20 hindsight…He became The Oracle because he’s self-made and made 30 years worth of “lucky” bets by predicting the economy at large would endure, grow and prosper.

    Did Buffet ever claim to be the Midas that Madoff did..(gotta love HIS blog–he’s apparently given copies of M.Covel’s book to his kids…www.bernard-madoff-scam.blogspot.com)

    The answer is no..Buffet’s reputation is one of self-effacing and putting his pants on one leg at a time like everyone else’s.

    So-he’s become a conglomerate that has flourished as the entire world has flourished over the past 40 years.. We’re in a whole ball game, unchartered waters, and those that can rise above the rest will either be labeled lucky, smart or something else. Life goes on..

  4. Could there be a clearer case of “the pot calling the kettle black”? The Motley Fools are truly fools! I recall clearly when they were in fashion just when the 2000 dot-com bubble burst – and I feel sorry for anyone following their advice.

    The amazing thing is that they are still in business, but then again so is Mr. Cramer….I guess “investors” never learn.

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