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If their share prices went berserk, then (in that sphere) it’s long past time to dump them.

I'm not sure why I'm prolonging this (or defending Saul, sort of), but: this is exactly not what Saul's done. To the contrary, he's held many of those stocks long after he (arguably) should have sold them, precisely because valuation is irrelevant to him. The businesses continued to grow revenues at a healthy pace, and so he didn't care that shares were selling at 30, 40, 50 times sales.
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