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Andrew Hermsen column: The fallacy of forecasting the stock market

9:39 PM, May 18, 2013
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Almost everyone has heard of legendary investor Warren Buffett, and most would love to get investment advice from him. His investment prowess has turned him into one of the richest people in the world with an amazing investment track record.

Each year, Buffett sponsors a charity dinner and auctions off a private lunch to the highest bidder. In June 2012, the winning bidder paid nearly $3.5 million to break bread and get insight from Buffett. The good news for us commoners who can't afford the $3.5 million lunch is that we can read his annual letter to shareholders, which offers great advice for ...

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