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Old 02-09-2018, 10:16 PM   #21
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I have B shares. When Warren passes, Iíll buy more...not because Iím smart, but because Warren himself said to buy upon his death when there will likely be a big discount.
Second decade of owning the shares. I hope to be fully invested in Berkshire well before that day. Hope he beats Methusaleh's record and live for a long time. Hope he can see his painting sell for a Million dollars per share.
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Old 02-09-2018, 10:17 PM   #22
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I've never owned Berkshire directly.

When my first niece was born 32 years ago my parents wanted to put some money away for her education. I recommended a share of BK, which was ~$3.5K at the time. It made sense as a longterm holding with no expenses and no distributions to mess with. My folks elected to put the money in savings bonds. That was one lucky recommendation I can still rib my mom about. 
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No, don't own any class A and at this point, probably never will. It's too unwieldy. I wouldn't mind taking a look at class B however . . .
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I bought 1 share in October 1987 after Black Monday for about $3200. In the late 1990s I converted my share to 30 shares of class B. And, then proceeded to sell 2/3rds of them and buy individual company shares... Sure wish I had kept my 1 share intact...

Yes, I plan to keep my remaining B shares for awhile. I trust Warren has picked good successors, just as he's picked good companies (mostly)...
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