About That Big Berkshire Railroad Deal

Nov. 14, 2016 11:12 AM ETBRK.A, BRK.B, NSC
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As you can imagine Warren Buffett is one investor that we keep a close eye on. It has been seven years since Mr. B plunked down a cool $35 billion and bought himself a railroad.

Bloomberg just published an article that brought us up to date on how that acquisition has worked out for Warren. I thought you might be interested in giving it a read:

www.bloomberg.com/gadfly/articles/2016-11-11/berkshire-hathaway-bnsf-railroad-deal-shines-bright-in-hindsight

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