Buffett Struggles to Beat the Market, Cohen's Testimony, and Local Foodies Rejoice!

Posted in , By David M. Smith

We start this week with the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett, who released his annual letter to shareholders.  I like listening to Mr. Buffett's interviews displaying his folksy charm, sage advice, and humbled persona.  From there we move on to Michael Cohen's testimony, trade talks, earnings, Vladimir Putin, as well as how hot your town may get in 60 years.

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