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Warren Buffett Is Optimistic About Future ?

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Fellow Buffett Watchers,

Warren Buffett long ago built a reputation for himself as a market guru, operating his investment portfolio with a long-term mindset and having uncanny accuracy about the financial future of his chosen equities.

Now, the Oracle of Omaha has expanded his long-term mindset to tackle entire markets. Berkshire Hathaway, Buffett's multi-billion dollar holding company, has recently been reported to have insured undisclosed investors (suspected to be pension funds or similar entities) against long-term losses in four major equity indices, three of which track non-U.S. equity markets. The insurance was underwritten with a long-term perspective however, requiring payouts by Berkshire if the chosen indices lose 30% of their current value over the next 15 to 20 years.

Cheers,

Tom Hendrickson

Editor, CoattailInvestor.com

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Fellow Buffett Watchers,

Warren Buffett long ago built a reputation for himself as a market guru, operating his investment portfolio with a long-term mindset and having uncanny accuracy about the financial future of his chosen equities.

Now, the Oracle of Omaha has expanded his long-term mindset to tackle entire markets. Berkshire Hathaway, Buffett's multi-billion dollar holding company, has recently been reported to have insured undisclosed investors (suspected to be pension funds or similar entities) against long-term losses in four major equity indices, three of which track non-U.S. equity markets. The insurance was underwritten with a long-term perspective however, requiring payouts by Berkshire if the chosen indices lose 30% of their current value over the next 15 to 20 years.

Cheers,

Tom Hendrickson

Editor, CoattailInvestor.com

This might sound stupid...but would we know if Berkshire Hathaway also took a punt on markets doing the opposite?

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