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You could look at actuarial tables and assume a certain "excess" return on capital achievable only but Buffett for x number of years, then discount this back to present value.

A better approach in my view would be to focus on capital deployment.
Find out what the ROE of Buffet's investment is in the past vs. what one would expect for whoever's taking his place.
I guess it's a bit complicated.
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