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Think about the flip side. TheStreet.com will lose massive amounts of business if we head into a recession. It's a fact that the number of investors declines substantially when a recession comes along, and increases substantially when there's a bull market. TheStreet.com's income is directly proportional to the number of active investors.

All the evidence points to a recession and I don't think Buffett would intentionally lie and tarnish his reputation just to invest in more undervalued companies.

I'd say TheStreet.com has much more riding on whether there's a recession or not than Buffett, who can perform both in and out of a recession.

Just my two cents!

Ryan

FreundInvesting.com

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