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TrustCo Bank Corp NY is a savings and loan holding company. The Company's principal subsidiary is Trustco Bank (the Bank). The Bank focuses on providing service to the communities served by its branch-banking network. It operates through community banking segment. The Company operates in the geographical region of Upstate New York with branches also in Florida and the mid-Hudson valley region of New York. The Bank's subsidiary, Trustco Realty Corp., is a real estate investment trust (REIT) formed to acquire, hold and manage real estate mortgage assets, including residential mortgage loans and mortgage-backed securities. The Bank's trust department operates under the name, Trustco Financial Services, and serves as executor of estates and trustee of personal trusts, provides asset and wealth management services, and provides estate planning and related advice, provides custodial services.

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Berkshire Hathaway's Charlie Munger says markets 'crazier' now than they were in the late 1990s

4:59 am ET December 3, 2021 (MarketWatch)
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By Barbara Kollmeyer

Cryptocurrencies 'should never been invented' said Munger

"Crazier than the dot-com boom."

That was the verdict of the vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway (BRKA)(BRKA), Charlie Munger, describing current stock markets and company valuations out of touch with reality, at the Sohn Hearts & Minds Investment conference in Sydney on Friday.

"Some of the valuations we saw in the dot-com boom were higher," he said, according to The Australian Business Review "But overall, I consider this as being even crazier than the dot-com boom, which blew up in 2000."

Specifically, Munger said many U.S. companies were trading 35 times earnings, making it tough for average investors to get a foothold, with valuations the most extreme he'd seen in recent history.

One stock that is in favor with Berkshire Chairman Warren Buffett's right hand man is discount retailer Costco (COST) , which the 97-year old said he likes over U.S. e-commerce giant Amazon.com (AMZN). Costco's business model is centered on its customer memberships, which means those going into the stores are buying its products. "I predict that Costco will eventually become a huge internet player," he said.

The retailer's business model also helps it to keep prices lower as it buys in bulk. "We are all lucky to have Costco," he said. Berkshire owns Amazon, but not Costco.

Munger also singled out one of Berkshire's holdings, China electric-car group BYD , which he described as "one of the best companies in the world."

He's also backing the shift to renewable energy, such as wind and solar. "I love the fact we're rapidly reducing the burning of coal and the burning of gasoline and diesel...and replacing them with electricity from renewable sources."

One big dislike that hasn't changed for Munger is cryptocurrencies, which he believes "should have never been invented." China made the right decision to ban them, while the U.S. "has made the wrong decision" not to, he said. Bitcoin was trading below $57,000 in the early hours of Friday, but has nearly doubled this year.

-Barbara Kollmeyer

	

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

December 03, 2021 04:59 ET (09:59 GMT)

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