In an effort to keep its stake below 10%, Berkshire Hathaway has dumped 7.13 million shares of Wells Fargo in the last 2 days and intends to sell 1.86 million more shortly. The after-hours reaction in the stock is negative, dropping the bank's share price to its lowest since Nov 2016, despite reassurances from Buffett that this is a more technical sale.
"To me, this situation feels like a slow-motion train wreck where all you can do is watch... Washington’s monumental gridlock is on a collision course with investors’ blind euphoria. We’re all on one train or the other. Hold on tight."
As members of Congress in Washington debate raising the minimum required to obtain a U.S. immigrant investor visa from $500,000 to $1.35 million, Bloomberg reports concern about the hike has set off a scramble among wealthy would-be participants in China.
"...the people at the top of the corporate food chain who have privileged information about their businesses are NOT buying. As the Journal summarized, “These markets know no fear.” There’s an incredible amount of complacency despite obvious warning signs."
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The mystery of last week's Caterpillar office raid by various US government agencies may have been resolved, after the NYT reported overnight that a report commissioned by the government, written by an accounting professor at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, has accused the heavy-equipment maker of carrying out tax and accounting fraud.