When Warren Buffet decides to get out of a major investment position, the rest of the financial world usually sits up and takes notice.
What gives? Shares of Wells Fargo, U.S. Bancorp, Bank of America, and Bank of New York Mellon have been on the chopping block recently.
With the exception of this stock, the Oracle of Omaha hasn’t been buying much lately.
In a very un-Buffett like move, Berkshire sold $314 million worth of Delta and $74 million worth of Southwest shares last week. We want to know why.
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