Why Buffett's 50th Anniversary Was a Dud for Investors: 4 ChartsBy
Stock slumped 12% during 2015, showing challenges ahead
Book value growth slowed, major investments lagged S&P 500
Berkshire Hathaway Inc. investors had plenty to celebrate at the start of 2015. It was Warren Buffett’s golden anniversary running the company, which had grown under his watch from a struggling textile maker to include dozens of profitable businesses like auto insurer Geico and railroad BNSF. Class A shares were trading close to a record, at $226,000 each.
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