Gustavo Ballvé on December 7th, 2012
Corporate Strategy, Food for thought, Home, Mental models, Portfolio Management, Risk management

Since I posted two days ago about the “new Warren Buffetts”, here’s an article with “plain old” Buffett saying “vintage Buffett” things about investing, conflicts of interest, shorting stocks… and even about money managers he admires nowadays (or “manager”, since he mentioned just one: Seth Klarman). One thing he has that is hard to replicate (assuming one wants to do it) is highlighted in the part about Berkshire being a business he’s built and continues to build – and that investing nowadays is just part of the story.

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