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Buffett cut Apple, Baron Tesla: Billionaire market selloff lessons

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If a stock pundit had said at the beginning of 2021 it was time to get out of Tesla and into Exxon Mobil, many investors might have sought another source of market advice. But to an unemotional stock trader, that may have seemed like the right move after growth stocks’ massive run into the new year, and a stock market rotation out of large-cap growth that had already gained steam in the fourth quarter of 2020.

Tesla shares have been crushed this year, while traditional fossil fuel companies like Exxon Mobil continue to soar off lows hit during the worst of the pandemic, and as oil rebounds on greater economic confidence. The gap between energy stocks and tech stocks is the widest it has…



Source cnbc.com

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