S&P seems to notice same thing about Q1 that I did. Go figure.
S&P says BRK too reliant on INsurance. Non-insurance businesses generate most of its operating income, but aside from the insurance subsidiaries only Burlington Northern Santa Fe LLC has provided a significant part of its total dividends.
ps: I know what they "mean" but KriKey, Kould these people be any more stupid? Do they all K-K-kome from Duh Disastuh IN Nevaduh or Texasinine?
let us K-K-Kount duh ways of sKrod's lies & ignorance ...
1. I sold BRKa on on 1st day of 2013 b/c I loaded up on MKL in late Dec2012 below $440. I went into margin loading up on MKL below $440 in late Dec. MKL owns a lot of BRK and I never stay on margin long, so I sold BRK when it popped.
2. I sold BRK above $92. I doubt it traded at $90 in 2013. I sold BRK above $92 & the K-K-Kombo of owning BRK & then buying MKL below $440 and later selling BRK above $92 has a greater return than just holding BRK the whole way. Pre-tax return. K-K-Konsult a tax aKKountant for more info.
3. I bought AAPL at avg Kost very slightly above $200, as anyone here with a brain would know. You? You're #$%$ outta luKK.
I did buy some AAPL around $550 but I sold those above $650 & I later sold almost half my $200 Kost AAPL at $510 or so. I haven't touched it since selling those at $510. Tim I-shoulda-been-a Cook leaves a LOT to be desired.
* to just another fumbduKK lying moron on duh internet
ps: I shoulda stayed on margin in 2013. DOH! You? You shoulda run away from home before they dropped you on your head so many times.