OK, now it is really getting silly. BofA at over $11 per share now represents a $5B+ gain on a $5B investment with 6+ years to go on the option expiration.
GS warrants are in the money.
GE is almost in the money.
Berkshire is making an absolute fortune, and most of that fortune remains unrecognized on the income statement and balance sheet. Wait until the gains are recognized. Book value will soar, and the 120% of BV purchase plan will kick in to deliver gains on gains.
This stock goes 20-30% higher in the next two years easy with virtually no risk.
Only unfortunately I don't see your book value figure anywhere on the board. Maybe you could sometime add up the book value and post it. That might be a good exercise, now that I think of it. Maybe it would help you build credibility. Before you post any more claims that depend on the book value, take a few minutes to figure out what the book value is. Just a thought!