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Well then you should have said this in the first place. Your first point regarding the % of Berkshire in one's portfolio wasn't REMOTELY related to the above. But since the original point really lacked a point, it makes sense to veer in a new direction rather than try to support it further. Well done.

No. I shouldn't have necessarily said this in the first place. My first point was about stocks in general. Berkshire Hathaway's stock was under discussion. It's a stock, and it is, ergo, part of the observation. Do you really, on further consideration, think the original point, well lacked a point?

The second observation was about Berkshire the company, and the company's likely stock trajectory. General and specific observations; both food for thought, IMO, if you have 75% of you money in one stock, and that stock is Berkshire Hathaway.

Of course both points are REMOTELY related!

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