I posted the link a day ago.
Same old… trades at roughly 1.3x book. etc
Andrew seems to have a fetish with Berkshire.
”Andrew seems to have a fetish with Berkshire”
Barrons is selling advertising and subscriptions, not investment advice.
Nothing has changed. Berkshire remains permanently undervalued as many ‘long-term investors’ on this board jump to sell the second it hits 1.4x book value.
Barrons is selling advertising and subscriptions, not investment advice
Like the sporting goods shopper looking at fishing lures who asks whether the fish really respond to the popular lures. The sales clerk replies: “The fish don’t buy the lures.”
You must be aware of who Barrons is owned by to understand.
It is owned by Dow Jones, who is part of News Corp. who is Rupert Murdoch, one of the most horrid humans ever born, thus making it a sister company to Fox News and the NY Post. Both of which deny they are news outlets every time they get sued for lying.
Despite it’s history, you cannot just trust anything they say, particularly anything “editorial”. WSJ has suffered the same fate.