„the more he studied Buffet, the less he thought he could be copied; indeed, the lesson of Buffet was: To succeed in a spectacular fashion you had to be spectacularly unusual.“

—  Michael Lewis, The Big Short, The Big Short (2010), Chapter Two, In the Land Of The Blind, p. 35
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