Too easy?

Too easy?

The young Warren Buffett was in no doubt at all. On a summer evening from the front porch of his friend’s Bob ‘Russ’ Russell’s house he would watch the cars streaming out of Omaha, Nebraska, to all parts of the US midWest. It almost hurt him to see all those Fords and Chevvies go by without paying so much as a dime. “Gee, Mrs Russell,” he would say to Russ’s mother, “all that traffic. What a pity you aren’t making any money from the cars going by. That’s really a shame.”

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