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Disagree with the previous post completely. There's plenty of methodology offered by Buffett in last year's annual report to get your guess as to some sort of intrinsic value. Buffett/Munger's number on intrinsic value would be based on those figures and not book value. My guess is that their figure far exceeds today's stock price.

Now the growing frustrations that the cash could be put to better use...that's related, but it isn't the same thing as wild ass guessing Buffett/Munger's intrisic value.
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