“Never say never”, right? If 90% of a company I’ve invested in is shattered by a meteorite, there’s a good chance I’ll sell my stocks and put the rest elsewhere. Even if the only product from a company I’ve invested in turns out to be causing birth defects, sales may well be okay. However, such events don’t happen that often – and usually not in large, high-profile companies.

So here are three of my stocks that I never want to sell – or at least not until well into retirement if I need more income.

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1. Berkshire Hathaway

Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A) (NYSE: BRK.B), with a market value of over $ 600 billion recently, may not be a household name yet, but it could be its leader for over 50 years: it is led by Warren Buffett. I’ve been a shareholder for about two decades, I believe, though I wish it were four decades since Buffett had been driving his company’s stock up over many years, on average …

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