Berkshire Hathaway B shares Warren Buffett

Berkshire Hathaway and Value Investors Part II

A frequently asked question is, “When does one recognize that an investment mistake has been made?” In other words, what quantifiable loss rate would be necessary to establish an investment thesis as fallacious? In order to explore this question, let us assume that one purchased shares of Berkshire Hathaway on December 31, 1972 at a modest 11.3% premium to stated book value.

See part I here

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