Robert L. Bloch (H&R Bloch) is coming out with a book called, "My Warren Buffett Bible." In my local paper, given that I live in Omaha, where Berkshire Hathaway is and WB lives, there is a running Sunday morning article about bits and pieces surrounding WB. Four quotes of Buffett's were cited in the paper from Bloch's book. I, as an investor of TSLA, enjoyed the four quotes and provide them here for your thoughts and comments: 1: "Buy into a company because you want to own it, not because you want the stock to go up." 2: "The difference between successful people and very successful people is that very successful people say 'no' to almost everything." 3: "The key to investing is not assessing how much an industry is going to affect society, or how much it will grow, but rther determining the competitive advantage of any given company and, above all, the durability of that advantage." 4: "The lower prices go, as long as you know the company you're investing in, the better it is for a buyer. Down days always make me feel good." For me, number 1 is a large part of why I invested in TSLA. Number 2: I believe I have heard this about Elon in reading Elon Musk's recent biography. It doesn't say that, specifically, but I imagine he says no to a lot of things. He said no to a lot of things before picking to go to Mars and to save earth in his way with transformative energy and a viable EV now. Number 3: I believe TSLA has a huge advantage, that advantage continues to grow, and when people wake up to it, TSLA will prove to have been a very good investment. Number 4: TSLA is on sale now. Live long and prosper.