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???
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
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!