In 1965, Warren Buffett took control of an ailing textile company named Berkshire Hathaway when its shares were valued at $19 each
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- If you’d been able to throw $100 into Berkshire in 1965, you’d be sitting on a cool $2.4 million by the end of 2017 (now abt 2,6 mln).
- That same $100 in the S&P 500 would’ve turned into about $15,600, according to The Wall Street Journal, which described the period as “probably the longest and greatest margin of outperformance any investment manager has ever generated.”
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