Warren Buffett’s Investment Strategy in 2008 Still Works Today

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Value investing guru Warren Buffett remembers the financial crisis in 2008 all too well-while the rest of the capital markets were in a frenzy as the subprime mortgage crisis helped spur a meltdown in the banking sector, notably the bankruptcy filing by Lehman Brothers, Buffett was doing the opposite of the bearish masses-buying U.S. stocks. [...] Read more on ETFtrends.com.

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