Warren Buffett As a practicing fiduciary under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, I think we should cut Warren Buffett some slack for behaving like any other normal portfolio manager.

A recent article in a Washington-based newspaper known more for writing about political scandals than finance appears to be promoting this idea Warren Buffett breached his fiduciary duty.

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