Berkshire’s Core Equity Strategy focuses on capital appreciation over the long-term. We believe core strategies have fallen victim to some unproductive approaches such as: excessive diversification , over emphasis on style, and managers chasing what’s popular in the name of client retention.
In contrast Berkshire:
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