Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Analysis of Warren Buffet Food Portfolio
I like consistency. This is one of the reasons why Warren Buffett has an estimated net worth of $74 billion. He is remarkably consistent, day in and day out. Yep, he stops by his favorite fast food establishment every morning on his way to work and pays exact change for one of three predetermined morning meals, favorably priced at no more than $3.17 per breakfast. In my humble opinion, I believe Mr. Buffett is paying too high a price. Here are the details from my analysis of his breakfast portfolio and why I encourage him to make a change before the next crash:
Breakfast Item Audited
1 can of Cherry Coca Cola
(Not included in today's audit due to time constraints: Sausage, Egg, Bacon, Cheese Biscuit)
Actual Ingredients of Coca-Cola, according to Coca-Cola website:
carbonated water, high fructose corn syrup, caramel color, phosphoric acid, natural flavors, caffeine.
Fine print: This product includes ingredients sourced from genetically engineered (GE) crops, commonly known as GMOs, which the FDA regards as safe.
Disregard FDA opinion regarding morning beverage as these statements may be influenced by outside lobbyists who lack a complete understanding of the risks associated with GE crops. Dump this beverage from your breakfast portfolio, skip your fast food stop and try the Caveman Food Experiment for 45 days. Track results and see if avoiding processed foods and artificial ingredients improve lipid panels from last health assessment. Share test results with followers to help them improve their stock performance. Have a great day.