Why This Is the Only Tech Company Warren Buffett Loves


In this video, Andrew Tonner explains why Warren Buffett likes IBM. In short, it's understandable, it's run by some very smart people, it returns capital to its investors and buys back shares, and it's a great company selling at a fair price. Andrew says you'll probably never see IBM at a bargain price, but right now you won't pay too much for it, either.

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