Warren Buffett – This is Always a Bad Investment

For the latest Warren Buffett, go to WarrenBuffettNews.com – From 2008 to 2009 it was a once in a lifetime year. There was even more panic than the Great Depression because of how fast it came on. Congress came through into the end. We had the right people in Washington. We don’t know what would have happened if other men were in that position. This was a great opportunity to purchase a business that will be around for hundreds of years. It is the most inexpensive way for travel, and it is the best for the environment. Both of those things are going to be important in the future. There will be more people and more goods in America in the future. If Charlie had agreed with this purchase, then it probably would have been the wrong answer. He just kin of grumbled, which is a goos sign. The railroad business is highly controlled, and it is capital intensive. But it will be here, and if it provides reasonable returns, then that it good enough. Coal is widely shipped by train. We will wean ourselves off of coal, and we will reduce our use of that over time. If someone wants to replicate a railroad company, it might take 0 million. Railroads have become far more efficient over the years. They move far more goods with fewer people. Cash is always a bad investment. Cash has never produced anything, and its value will go down over time. We will always have cash around, but it’s not good to have too much. You would much rather own a good business. Every currency will be worth

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12 Responses to “Warren Buffett – This is Always a Bad Investment”

  1. itssimpleiwinyoulose says:

    worth less.. not worthess! IMAO

  2. ecruz5827 says:

    Invest into the Publishers Clearing House!

  3. ginofrater says:

    We need JOBS new JOBS…. and we better be faster doing IT!!!!

  4. 0MoTheG says:

    Building new tracks is getting more difficult and roads are subsided. Tucks are getting automated. If they allow 90ft trucks with two trailers they will be more competitive. He might also have to electrify the tracks.
    I don’t think it is risk free.

  5. CreepingJesuz says:

    “it might take $100 million. ” – I think he said 100 Billion.

  6. cadwaele says:

    invest in SSS in europe 😉

  7. itssimpleiwinyoulose says:

    worth less.. not worthess! IMAO

  8. ecruz5827 says:

    Invest into the Publishers Clearing House!

  9. ginofrater says:

    We need JOBS new JOBS…. and we better be faster doing IT!!!!

  10. 0MoTheG says:

    Building new tracks is getting more difficult and roads are subsided. Tucks are getting automated. If they allow 90ft trucks with two trailers they will be more competitive. He might also have to electrify the tracks.
    I don’t think it is risk free.

  11. CreepingJesuz says:

    “it might take $100 million. ” – I think he said 100 Billion.

  12. cadwaele says:

    invest in SSS in europe 😉

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