This two-minute interview with Warren Buffett about the Coronavirus is worth the time to watch. What is clear is that his unceasing optimism of the long term view is what has made him so rich. He is not spooked or feeling the need to adjust anything. According to him, the virus is just another example of how the world works, and he has no need to understand it. The best part of the interview is the last ten seconds or so when he is asked if he is selling any of his vast holdings in airline stocks. His response is cross between a gasp and a harrumph. Enjoy this link to classic Buffetteering:
What Would Warren Do?