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Where this seems to go off the track is the implied assumption that there was any "premium" on the valuation of Berkshire in 2001...that is, that in 2001 Berkshire sold at a valuation higher than the mere sum of its businesses warranted.

Why do you think the market would ignore Buffet's value?
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