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Pre-virus on this board basically was a huge disucussion and even cram (down our throats) that value investing absolutely does not work in any fashion, shape, or form. The emotional bunch was out in full bloom, strutting their stuff - that's Tesla of course.

Along the way my valuation soulmate Jim was making some best guess value investing comments, most of course actually on topic, the topic we evidently came her for which is Berkshire Hathaway. And along those lines old dealraker posted that he sold his Boeing stock pre-737 Max issues at $420 on the parabolic spike in its stock price.

Took the proceeds of $1.3 million and added to my 25 A shares of Berkshire (inherited in the mid 70's). Boeing is $275 and in my view not yet in the buy range.

So do we really need Tesla to be successful investing? Do we need to cram Tesla down each other's throats on the Berkshire board?
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