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I am curious why so many here are so focused on the valuation. When an investment is overvalued - there is the opportunity to sell; when it is undervalued there is the opportunity to buy. Either way there are opportunities.

I am in the accumulation stage of my life and I am glad there is at least some opportunity to add to my holdings at a reasonable valuation level. If BRK was trading at $300+ /B I would have no choice but to invest in cash at a very low rate of return.

In addition this is allowing me to rotate some of my higher valued investments in at a reasonable price. When (if??) relative valuations normalize I can rebalance. Either way the options are good.

PS: I really appreciate the discussions on HOW to value BRK (and in relation to other potential investments).

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