a: Stocks ~
b: children

What: "He sees a stock as a part ownership of a living, breathing company. In his opinion stocks are like children and you buy them for better or for worse for life. I'm not saying that he never sells stocks simply that it is never his first option. Because of this he tends to buy stocks with high dividend values and holds on to them for as long as he can. He sees himself as a collector of profitable stocks in companies and not as just an investor."

Writer: Warren Buffet
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Oct 24 2013 6:43 PM

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