Some of the people who work for Buffet claim he uses occult methods for 
> deciding his investments (astrology, maybe).


That would really surprise me because he is so well known for rational
analysis of company details. His system is even anti technical
analysis, I thought.


--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Bhairitu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> shempmcgurk wrote:
> 
> >What I find fascinating about the report of Warren Buffet giving away 
> >$37 billion is that he put it into the Bill and Melinda Gates 
> >Foundation, NOT into his own foundation.
> >
> >What total lack of ego!  It seems Buffet was completely altruistic in 
> >that he looked around, saw that his friend Gates would make great use 
> >of the money and instead of creating some sort of legacy for himself 
> >by creating a "Warren Buffet Foundation" he put the money where he 
> >would do maximal good.
> >
> >Who wants to give me odds that the next Nobel Peace Prize will go to 
> >Bill Gates and Warren Buffet? 
> >
> Warren and Bill are buddies and Bridge partners, too.
> 
> Some of the people who work for Buffet claim he uses occult methods for 
> deciding his investments (astrology, maybe).
>







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