Buffett Ignores Changing Volatility In Put Contracts Valuations – ValueWalk Premium
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Buffett Ignores Changing Volatility In Put Contracts Valuations

Warren Buffett's decision to write $50 billion worth of European-style put contracts against major stock indices between 2004 and 2008 for $4.9 billion in premiums has previously drawn attention for the strange way they seem to have been priced, but now it seems that Berkshire Hathaway has stood by pre-crisis volatility predictions that no longer make much sense, which make the company’s exposure look smaller than it probably is.

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