Hi Sudhir

Thanks for reading and commenting. Some folks do own Berkshire and have done rather well. Of course the longer you’ve held the stock the better your return over time. I’m not sure if anyone could even approximate his performance without owing his shares.

In terms of what I do as a smaller investor, my focus is on dividend paying stocks, so I prefer to collect and reinvest dividends. I’m trying to replicate his float — using other people’s money — and purchasing only dividend payers. Which, in turn, increase my cash flow.

Hope this helps!

Retired Investment Banker, Deutsche Bank, ABN AMRO, Moodys, now University Lecturer in London. Financially independent student of markets. American / British.

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Retired Investment Banker, Deutsche Bank, ABN AMRO, Moodys, now University Lecturer in London. Financially independent student of markets. American / British.