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« Comment Il a Levé 10M€ !! | Main | Discours du Plan Numérique 2012 à l'Elysée! »

October 19, 2008

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le commentaire de Warren Buffet sur le sujet :

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/10/17/opinion/17buffett.html

"Today people who hold cash equivalents feel comfortable. They shouldn’t. They have opted for a terrible long-term asset, one that pays virtually nothing and is certain to depreciate in value. Indeed, the policies that government will follow in its efforts to alleviate the current crisis will probably prove inflationary and therefore accelerate declines in the real value of cash accounts. "

Oui, ce qui revient à dire : il faut investir !

Le Certificat 100% Quanto Berkshire Hathaway
de BNP Paribas

http://produitsdebourse.bnpparibas.com/fr/index.aspx?Download=warrants/fr/doc/Berkshire.pdf

C'est Warren Buffett qui va être content, lui qui avait crée une Class b avec réticence, pour permettre d'éviter à des banquiers de scinder l'action class A, qui devenait trop chère, et de prélever des frais de gestion.

Rapport annuel de 1995 :

"The unit trusts that have recently surfaced fly in the face of these goals. They would be sold by brokers working for big commissions, would impose other burdensome costs on their shareholders, and would be marketed en masse to unsophisticated buyers, apt to be seduced by our past record and beguiled by the publicity Berkshire and I have received in recent years. The sure outcome: a multitude of investors destined to be disappointed."

Cordialement,

Thomas.

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