I know he bought Berkshire Hathaway in 1964, which today is a holding company and conglomerate that owns large percentages or even 100% of many companies. In other words, he's an activist investor today, not a retail investor. But was he ever a retail investor before he became an activist investor? In Unscripted, MJ said that usually when Warren mentions Berkshire makes an investment the shares of that company go up since people usually buy more shares of the company. Is he rich just because people tend to copy his moves so when the price is up he can sell for a profit?
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