With the markets plunging one day and soaring the next, the voices of doom are everywhere.
For a calmer view of the economy, check out Fortune’s interview with Warren Buffett.
Among other things, the Oracle of Omaha says Standard & Poor’s downgrade of U.S. debt was wrong and he isn’t worried about another economic downtown — not yet.
Fortune: Buffett: The lower stocks go, the more I buy
Investment guru Warren Buffett says now is the time to buy stock in Japanese companies, Reuters reports today.
The billionaire heard of Berkshire hathaway Inc. said Japan will recover from the earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear plant disasters that have racked the country.
“It will take some time to rebuild, but it will not change the economic future of Japan,” Buffett says in the Reuters story. “If I owned Japanese stocks, I would certainly not be selling them.”
Read the full Reuters story here.