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Is Berkshire Still a Buy?

Tuesday, 13 Jul 2010 | 7:26 PM ET
Off the Charts
Cramer examines a play that could join its ride to profits.

It doesn’t matter how much Cramer likes a company, even if that company is led by arguably the world’s greatest investor, when a stock has run well over 10% he has to consider taking profits.

That was the question he was asking about Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway during Tuesday’s Mad Money, as BRKb has jumped to almost $80 from $70 in just the past six weeks. Both the charts seem to say that this stock is headed higher, but they disagree on the right entry point. And that, of course, can make or break an investment.

So who’s right? Technical analysts like Tim Collins, who shared his insights for this week’s Off the Charts segment, or “fundamentalists” like Cramer? Watch the video for his full report to find out.








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