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2 “Strong Buy” Stocks That Are Too Cheap to Ignore


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2 Warren Buffett Growth Stocks Down 61% and 89% to Buy Right Now

When Warren Buffett bought a majority stake in Berkshire Hathaway and become the company’s CEO in 1965, the company’s stock traded at roughly $19 per share. Today, Berkshire Hathaway’s Class A stock trades at roughly $519,500 per share. Buffett is best known as a value investor, but there are also growth-oriented holdings in the Berkshire Hathaway stock portfolio, and the company’s incredible track record suggests investors may want to take a close look at which ones the Oracle of Omaha has chosen to put money behind.

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