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Speaking of Buffet and Obama is as follows. In 2008 our portfolio had sunk to under $600,000 and the market teetered at 6,600. You remember on Friday the 750 billion needed on Monday or the country would crash. You remember the housing crash and Wall Street betting the crash would happen to make a fortune. They did and the banks paid the price. All around my wife and I were scared to feel we worked our butts off and we would retire in 2009 bankrupt. Well, the good news is Buffet lent GE and Goldman Sachs a fortune at extremely high interest. We bought both companies corporate bonds at $150,000 worth each and 40,000 GE shares at $2.75 each and 50,000 Ford Motor Company shares at $2.95 each. Well the market closed at an all time high today and thanks to Mr Buffett we have a net worth of $1,745,000 retired and living is terrific.
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