Let's reiterate those principles:
1. Trading on inside information is OK because it's not really inside information so it's legal and forget about it.
2. Derivatives are terrible things unless I own them, in which case keep your cotton-pickin' hands off my derivatives.
3. I wear cheap suits and give away a lot of money, and my ghostwritten annual reports are bibles of clear-thinking, Midwestern common sense and plenty of smart principles that I don't always follow.I hope Warren Buffett continues to wear cheap suits and give away lots of money. He owns the greatest chocolate company in the continental U.S. I've been a customer of Geico for 30 years. I've met the man, and I like him as much as the next guy. I just think that it's time to stop worshipping him. E-Mail This Article to a Friend >>