if he really wants a good stable bank and a nice divd w/ cap gains potential.possibly the BofD told him they don't want his shylock-charging-fee capital???
If Mr. B bought the total outstanding shares of CFB it wouldn't make a burp in his portfolio. Too small to be of consequence. Sharks don't eat minnows!
Good point, remember he is no longer young like he used to be, and running out of patient as well. It is obvious that he is looking for a quick gain. The problem is he has made a lot of bad choice recently. IMO
Buffet's advisor and partner Charlie Munger is 87 now, or he might have passed away