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  • Date: 6/17/19 10:49 AM
  • Number: 274351
  • Recommendations: 0
The WSJ New Highs/Lows site has a new updated look. And unfortunately it looks like the link to the historical data is missing.

At the moment I see no change, same old page design and the historical data link seems to be there and
  • Date: 6/16/19 5:33 PM
  • Number: 243205
  • Recommendations: 8
The following quotes may (or may not) be of interest.
BRKB 1950

Let's hope history repeats itself soon.

  • Date: 6/15/19 6:13 PM
  • Number: 243200
  • Recommendations: 8
Unfortunately, I can't locate the post. Did I get that wrong?

Ahem. I believe at least one of my posts was in error.
I think I accidentally applied the forward price rise percentage suggested by my model to a stock price
  • Date: 6/15/19 2:25 PM
  • Number: 243196
  • Recommendations: 34
First, sorry about an off topic post.
I just thought it was so interesting I thought I'd burn some goodwill with yet another digression.

But before getting to that, since it is the Berkshire board, I thought I'd mention that
  • Date: 6/15/19 10:34 AM
  • Number: 148
  • Recommendations: 11
In the same post, Mungofitch also indicates that "Berkshire is probably

  • Date: 6/14/19 5:55 PM
  • Number: 243191
  • Recommendations: 6
So what now Cash, Gold, Bitcoin or Mattress ?

Don't forget other asset classes, market timing, starting a new company, or simply other individually selected equity securities.
None of them easy.

  • Date: 6/14/19 3:34 PM
  • Number: 243186
  • Recommendations: 2
Waiting for and predicting a recession is silly. Invest for long term.
Ignore the noise, especially of the prophets of doom.

That sounds sensible.
But other things sound sensible and lead to differing
  • Date: 6/14/19 3:26 PM
  • Number: 243185
  • Recommendations: 2
If the car is driving itself and it hits someone, the car manufacturer has to be liable. How can I be held responsible, I wasn't even driving.

You're probably right. That seems reasonable.

But it *might* not
  • Date: 6/14/19 9:14 AM
  • Number: 274327
  • Recommendations: 4
I too noticed that there were problems with the WSJ link lately.

I liked it because it had intraday data, it flags which are new issues less than a year old, and the end of day figures seem (?) to match Pinnacle which I use for building my
  • Date: 6/14/19 5:26 AM
  • Number: 243172
  • Recommendations: 8
5.5 cents per day is $20.075 per year in increased book value. Not too shabby!

Actually that was a prediction of price increase, not book value increase.
Eventually, price is the more practical metric for me.
Book would rise
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