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Before Eminem sold 100 million records, a powerful prevailing narrative stopped people from recognizing his greatness.
Warren Buffet is frustrated. He wants to make an "elephant-sized" investment, but for the notoriously frugal investor, stocks are priced too high to justify it.
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