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Not a Carol Loomis piece, that's for sure.

Warren Buffett Is Lagging the S&P 500 for 2019—But Here’s How Much He’s Up For the Decade

Even with some down years, Berkshire Hathaway shares have seen significantly greater growth in the long run than the S&P 500. From 2008 through 2018, the company saw cumulative growth of 119.7%, versus 73.2% for the S&P 500. And even with the boost the S&P has seen so far this year, the growth from 2008 through mid-November of 2019 is 114%. For Berkshire, it's 136.4%.

And, the smart money has learned never to count Buffett out.

Those numbers are off. Did they forget dividends?
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