A buy-and-hold investor, he has consistently spoken out against short-term trading, which now dominates U.S. stock markets including the NYSE, as electronic systems have become the preferred way to navigate securities markets. In 2010, he told the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission: "When I buy a stock, I don't care whether they close the stock market tomorrow for a couple of years."
Exactly how I feel about this stock. I have done my due diligence, and I feel extremely confident that this will make me money. Maybe not for 12 months, but this will make me money. If I buy a stock for $1.50 and sell it 18 months later for $15, I don't care what it did in the meantime. GLTA
let's see, do i follow a guy like buffet. or a 19 yr old in living in his parents basement trading for beer money? i think thats a no brainer! i traded a lot a few yrs back. you make it then you loose it, finally decided it was a waste of time. don't get me wrong, if i buy one and it pops i will sell, but not setting out to trade any more. i'm going with the buffet mentality!