Buffett, Berkshire, Blue Chip and Bad Businesses – ValueWalk Premium

Buffett, Berkshire, Blue Chip and Bad Businesses

In Spring 1991, as part of a series of lectures to students of the Notre Dame University, Warren Buffett made an interesting statement.
When discussing the sort of businesses that make suitable long term investments, Buffett warned students away from "some of the businesses I've been involved with like trading stamps."
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