Buffet’s Pfizer transaction

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Warren Buffett bought 3 million Pfizer shares long before Wall Street saw a vaccine boom.

The outcome?

Pfizer became a leading purveyor of vaccines, handing early investors like Buffett a fortune.

Any chance he saw it coming?

Or he just had access to the kind of insider-only info that my colleague Steven Place knows all about.

Buffett has since sold all his Pfizer shares but during the historic "vaccine boom,"...

The government bought the Covid vaccines and mandated about two shots for everyone.

That's a good gig if you can get it.

Just the kind of unfair advantage you get as an insider weeks before other investors catch on.

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