Warren Buffett said earlier this month that he hadn’t seen anything like the coronavirus pandemic. “If you stick around long enough, you’ll see everything in markets,” he told Yahoo Finance. “And it may have taken me to 89 years of age to throw this one into the experience.”
A couple of weeks later, and it’s only gotten more dire as infections mount around the world and the stock market continues to spin out of control in both directions.
So how is the Berkshire Hathaway
boss holding up? Well, for starters, he’s sitting on a cash pile that has him prepared to pick up the pieces once this all blows over.
But, just like everybody else, his portfolio obviously hasn’t been immune to all…
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