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A handful of companies have substantially raised their dividends this year.
Investing in out-of-favor stocks requires patience.
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Opportunities abound when stocks have fallen hard.
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  Two instances where Buffett could have better served Berkshire shareholders by selling.
I believe the beast is becoming unmanageably large.

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