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Berkshire Hathaway. B shares now around $140 would be around $225 with 10% nominal growth and no significant P/B contraction. Sounds doable.
S&P 500 will probably bifurcate, growth stocks crashing and value stocks flat or slightly positive. Growth has handily beaten value in the last 1...10 years, which is historically reverse of what happens in the long term.
(I realize, random walk and independence of expectations from the past and all that, but the stock market is not ruled by statistics. The overall community of investors can consciously make the growth vs value performance mean-revert by reversing current trends.)
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