Warren Buffett’s lack of big moves during sell-off is ‘tied to his age,’ Ken Fisher says


Kenneth Fisher, chief executive officer of Fisher Investments, speaks at the Forbes Global CEO Conference in Sydney, Australia, on Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2010.

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Money-manager Ken Fisher said last week that legendary investor Warren Buffett’s decision to sit on the sidelines during the coronavirus crisis is likely due to his age. 

Buffett, 89, is like other famous investors who became more cautious as they aged, Fisher said in an interview with CNBC-TV18 in India.

“The reality of great investors, including my father, is that when they get to a certain age they lose their edge. I’m not suggesting that Mr. Buffett has lost his edge, but I can’t find a…


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