The board of directors at Berkshire Hathaway recently approved a share buyback of 9,200 of its Class A shares at a premium of 1.2 times the share price, even higher than the 1.1 times share price Warren Buffett had previously mentioned. While the market often views share buybacks positively, they're often executed notoriously poorly, losing investors money in the process. In this video, Motley Fool analysts Morgan Housel and Matt Koppenheffer discuss what they think of the buyback, and whether Berkshire is still a buy.
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