Fast Money's Jeff Macke strongly rejects Barron's weekend call to "Sell Buffett" because it could be "dead money for at least a year." The stock suffered its biggest drop today in three years on the heels of that article.
(See the WBW Post from earlier today: Berkshire Hathaway Shares Down 5% As Barron's Says Sell, But Bulls See Buying Opportunity.)
"This stock is still up 25 percent year-to-date. He has taken the steel-toed boots to the S&P yet again, in his folksy, avuncular, heart of a freakin' riverboat gambler type of way. Love the guy. Don't short Buffett because Barron's tells you to. I'm still waiting for the EchoStar deal they promised."