I don't know how Ymir's going to get herself killed, but you two need to calm down.It should be obvious that you're both much more likely to die if you stay here.Regardless, Teva is yet another great example of Buffett living out his mantra, “Be fearful when others are greedy and greedy when others are fearful.” Berkshire’s investment in Monsanto is a merger arbitrage play.Bayer AG announced plans to acquire Monsanto for 8 per share in September 2016, but the deal was uncertain as the European Commission and U. Department of Justice were conducting an antitrust review of the proposed Bayer-Monsanto combination. After Bayer agreed to make some divestments, the deal was approved.Buffett initiated his position in Teva during the fourth quarter of 2017 and more than doubled his stake at the start of this year.Teva’s stock had plunged to nearly per share in November (down from its peak of per share in 2015) but trades around today.
When the character is the subject of this reaction because they're mean, unlikable, or evil, it's Jerkass Has a Point (or Villain Has a Point when it's coming from an outright antagonist).If it happens more frequently, we suggested doing a speed test on your local internet service and perhaps moving to a higher-speed package from your internet provider. A character who's normally Book Dumb and/or The Ditz comes up with a valuable insight.These are some of the qualities Warren Buffett looks for when he invests.By the way, many of the people interested in Warren Buffett’s best dividend stocks are retirees looking to generate safe income from dividend-paying stocks.If that sounds like you, you might like to try our online product, which lets you track your portfolio’s income, dividend safety, and more.Learn more about our suite of tools and research for dividend investors here: On Tuesday, May 15, 2018, new information was released about Berkshire Hathaway’s portfolio.Or sometimes, more intelligent characters are overthinking it and the simple guy is the only one to think of Stating the Simple Solution (especially if it involves Cutting the Knot).Also heard when two people of more or less equal intelligence, who normally disagree about everything on ideological grounds, find that there's one opinion they share.If the reaction stems from the character making the point having a knack for doing the opposite thing, it's Hypocrite Has a Point.When the author intends to make a character's argument come across as wrong, but the readers agree, it's Strawman Has a Point. Not to be confused with Obfuscating Stupidity, where a character is only Connie: Protecting you is the only thing Ymir works hard at!