Warren Buffett Gives Apple A Mixed Blessing

Warren Buffett just gave his opinion on one of the hottest tech stocks of the decade—Apple—at Berkshire Hathaway’s shareholders meeting.

Responding to a question about both Apple and Google, the Oracle of Omaha had this to say, according to Reuters: “I would not be at all surprised to see them be worth a lot more money 10 years from now but I would not buy either one of them.”

Essentially, he wouldn’t buy Apple—but he wouldn’t short it either.

Take that how you will.

Hat tip to the folks tweeting from Omaha.


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