2 Warren Buffett Stocks We Wouldn't Touch

What do U.S. Bancorp , Bank of Hawaii , Wal-Mart , and American Express all have in common? All four are answered in the following round of "Fool in the Blank!" In this game, a sentence is given and each player must fill in the rest. The guys complete the following:

  • If all banks were priced at 1x tangible book value ______ would be my first buy.
  • ______ is one Berkshire-held stock I'm staying away from.

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