Tren Griffin+ Your Authors @trengriffin I work for Microsoft. Previously I was a partner at Eagle River, a private equity firm established by Craig McCaw. I am on the board of directors of Kymeta. May. 02, 2020 1 min read + Your Authors

"Buffett spent just a net $3.5 billion buying shares of his and other companies."

Technically, $137 billion in cash might be referred to as a "plethora" or a "buttload". In in some English speaking countries like New Zealand the word "heaps" can be used.

 https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bloomberg.com/amp/news/articles/2020-05-02/buffett-stays-on-the-sidelines-amid-market-tumble-as-cash-climbs 

25iQuiz: Have actions by central banks and governments to "increase liquidity" created a shortage of high quality assets owners are willing to sell at a substantial discount to intrinsic value?

Is the phone not ringing off the hook at Berkshire because there are other buyers?

Is a shortage of high quality assets "on sale" at a discounted price the answer to the often asked question this week: why are stocks up when the economy is down?


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