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Sorry, I don't make blind calls like that. I have to know who you are, your investment circumstances, your tolerance of risk, and a few more details before I would just yammer off a buy, sell, or hold. Everyone has their own parameters. You should figure that out first. That is the worst part about call in segments on CNBC and CNNFN, they don't get the details of the caller's investment aims, whether they even realistic or not. By the way, I have never seen anyone ask about BRK on any call in segment. Do you suppose the analysts get to pick and choose from the calls which stocks they wish to pronounce buy, sell, or hold?

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