In my last blog post, Birthday’s and Berkshire B, I wrote about how I recently accumulated a sizeable chunk of Berkshire B at $212 as part of my strategy to diversify my portfolio and garner steady growth over the next 10 years.  Looking back at the buy, I still believe this was a decent price and that the fair value of the company is closer to $300 per share. When I started investing in the stock market back in 2015 or so my plan was to build a dividend machine that would give me a regular income and hopefully facilitate an early retirement.  So far, this has gone mostly to plan, but in hindsight, I would do things slightly differently.  Over the years, I have overpaid for some counters in an attempt to get stability and yield, and in doing so, I’ve made a few glaring errors – chasing