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Fools,

I have read Buffett.

I have studied Buffett. 

Buffett has billions and billions of dollars. And he's giving much of it away to better the world.

Buffett is a good man. 

I am a good man. Because I claim to have read Buffett I am a smart man too.

You are a good person to read this blog about me, and Buffett. We are all good. And smart.

Buffett's cousin is Jimmy Buffett. Jimmy Buffet makes you feel good.

Buffett's name reminds you of a giant banquet of all-you-can-eat food. Food is delicious. Especially when you're hungry.

Buffett is from Omaha, what a noble name. Omaha. The Heartland of America. He eats a regular hamburger at a humble burger joint in Omaha. His nickname, The Oracle of Omaha is bested only by New England Patriot running back, BenJarvus Green-Ellis, The Law Firm.

I love Warren Buffett. So it is with a humble heart that I learn he has upped his stake in IBM, a classic Monster of Greatness stock. I called for investors in my CAPS Portfolio to invest in IBM on May 10, 2011. Since then the stock has obliterated the market - thrashing it with a pile driver - crushing it by almost 18%. If this growth rates continues, and I actually put real money into IBM, I will eventually become filthy rich like Warren Buffett.

After Warren Buffett passes on, my dream is to keep him around and take over his personality in a benevolent version of what the fella from Psycho did with his mom. 

IBM sounds like I BM. Like a caveman is letting you know he makes doodie.

I am proud to be like Warren Buffett. Proud to join Warren Buffett in ownership of a great American titan. IBM is building a smarter planet.  What more could anyone ask?  I personally - and fictionally -  guarantee this stock will make money. 

Fool On,

E. L. Milagro,

Executive Financial Management Specialist,  and F. Murray Abraham as Salieri Shyster at Business, Harvard-Oxford University with a minor in pottery. The Monsters of Greatness Fund picks stocks that are really large, dominant and probably use lobbyists and other connivances to assure their future success. The Blividian Group is a collection of well-known stocks that we think suck monkey bum. A blivid is 20 lbs of sh*t in a 10 lb sack. Look for my upcoming Value Investing Senate. Summer of 2012. The best $36,500 you ever spent.  

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Oh crap. I didn't realize my post would be next to one with similar topic to the own-website pumping spammer. Bad break.

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I see you raised the price for your Summer of 2012 Value Investing Senate.

I should have registered the other day when you were offering it for only $5,700.

Oh, well, I'm probably going to be busy then anyway. I have a lot of nap taking to catch up on.

Good luck with your Funds.

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T-Man - our researchers discovered that with our abillity to know - with incredible certainty - the future, hundreds of millions are likely to be made. We did not raise the price. We raised the value of the service. Wake up son. Good times will be rolling.

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Are you on crack?  No one will ever get rich in the future investing in IBM.  Why?  Because it is so huge it has no room to grow.  If it does grow it will be at a very slow pace.

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If this growth rates continues, and I actually put real money into IBM, I will eventually become filthy rich like Warren Buffett.

On one level - this is math. Pure math.

On another. I am a Shyster at Business, promoting my funds. And prefer not to let too reason cloud my marketing.

I am not on crack, but I do have one.

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Ha ha ha, good series!

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Thank you O-1307. Your excellence sense of humor is surpassed only by your good taste.

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Just think a IBM and Microsoft merger.

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Just think a IBM and Microsoft merger.

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Buffett is a bit late to the party.  Remember when he bought COP (Conoco Phillips) at he height of the oil boom?

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memo - outrageous. Buffett is never late. He always arrives at the party at exactly the right moment. He is a genius. And I am a genius to claim to read his work and be like him. You must be thinking of someone else who bought COP at the wrong time. Then again, a broken clock is right twice a day. Maybe Warren Buffett can be wrong twice in a lifetime. 

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You read his work but not his shareholder letters?  Otherwise, you'd know what I'm talking about.

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Hahaha! This was good, made me "laugh out loud" as all the kids are doing these days.

I think your humor is lost on a lot of the commenters, but not me. Keep it up!

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Oh, yes, Buffet is so great and all, investing huge in BofA. F that noise.

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Ah I didn't read the entire post because the first two lines are not funny. I only read a few comments which seem to be talking about IBM.

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BFB - you're a genius. So I know you'll be smart enough to attend my Value Investing Senate this summer. Really think this is going to be some of the best money I ever made. Gonna tell you about a little man from Arkansas, who built a multibillion-dollar retail chain you might have heard of. And it's not the one you think. It's Wal-Mart.

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My mom dated Warren Buffet and then she met my dad, a Lutheran minister.  Next month it will be 60 years, who is wealthier?

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Is that a trick question? Warren Buffett.

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