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No. of Recommendations: 2's certainly possible Buffett is buying more IBM now that its "on sale."

That's certainly not a big stretch, assuming the current dip lasts long enough.
During 2012 Berkshire bought 4,209,553 shares for $824m which represents an average price of $195.75 versus today's $190.00.
Remembering that the table in the chairman's letter represents true cost basis
rather than GAPP and includes only those shares of economic value to Berkshire
shareholders, it's a simple matter of subtracting one year's figures from the prior year's.

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