Warren Buffett on Intrinsic Value and BuybacksRupert Hargreaves
Over the past few decades, Warren Buffett has made his views on share buybacks quite clear. The Oracle of Omaha only believes buybacks make sense if the shares of the company buying back stock are trading at a significant discount to intrinsic value or as Buffett puts it, "Anytime you can buy stock for less than it's worth, it's advantageous to the continuing shareholders ... but it should be by a demonstrable margin."
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