"If you are going to hold a common stock forever, if you are never going to sell an operating division, even if its results are unsatisfactory, how do you change? How do you make adjustments in your portfolio? The world changes around you. How do you take advantage of that? In an effort to answer those questions, and learn a few other lessons along the way, lets look at Berkshire from 1980 to 2002."http://boards.fool.com/Message.asp?mid=19216207And look we do. It's not easy to understand a company of companies, but this 22 year history of the most sterling of companies reveals valuable lessons from both Berkshire Hathaway, and precepts of holding and selling for the individual investor.Richard
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