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January 30, 2012


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I don't know if it's fair to call RBS DUMB in this case Perhaps blinded by greed would be more aappoprirte RE: Buffett's Goldmung dealFirst look at what he did and what he's gettingBuffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (BRK.A, BRK.B) agreed to buy $5 billion in perpetual preferred Goldman shares that pay 10% interest. In addition, Berkshire receives warrants giving it the right to buy $5 billion worth of Goldman’s common shares at any time over the next five years at a price of $115 per share. So he's getting 10% (I assume per annum, maybe every quarter?) on his loanplus $5Bn in warrants that are in the money EVEN WITH ALL THIS hammering of GS shares OF COURSE HIS INVESTMENT IS DOING WELL!!!!I'm just wondering how many warrants he's converted since then surely he would have flipped some of the shares when GS was @ $160 unless his dottiness has caught up with him Then there's Blankfein His interview with Charlie Rose shows he's somewhat irascible but when I look at his Subcommittee testimony, as well, I have to wonder how in the hell he got into such a high position?Also, WHAT kind of a lawyer was he?He seems to buckle under examination, is very aberrant in his thoughts (he waffles more than Geithner), and can't seem to formulate comprehensible responses I seriously doubt he was a TRIAL lawyer probably a pencil-pusher (ahhh he was a corporate tax lawyer snaky from the start, I guess)

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