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I just sold off a small investment I did during the crisis at the end of 2008: 500 BYD China shares in Hong Kong. When I bought them the company was just starting with cars, but the reason I bought … Continue reading
“I certainly suggested that Berkshire look at investing in something that the Mungers were already invested in, but we’d been in it for years,” he said yesterday in a phone interview. Munger, 87, said his family invested with money manager … Continue reading