Squishmallows, the beloved plush toy brand, has taken a unique turn by modeling their toys after none other than Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett and Vice Chairman Charlie Munger. These one-of-a-kind stuffed animals were initially sold at Berkshire's annual shareholder's meeting for a mere $10 each. Little did anyone know that these cuddly companions would soon become highly coveted collectibles.

Typically, Squishmallows feature cute animal designs, such as sharks or frogs. However, the introduction of these legendary value investors as cuddly toys has sparked an unprecedented level of excitement among collectors.

On online marketplaces like eBay, these special Squishmallows are commanding eye-popping prices. One seller, for instance, is offering a pair of Buffett and Munger Squishmallows for a staggering $450. If someone manages to find a buyer at this price, they would enjoy a mind-boggling 2,150% return on their original $10 investment. This profit margin is sure to make even the most passionate Beanie Baby collectors blush.

For comparison, let's consider the returns on Berkshire Hathaway's Class A stock. To achieve a similar profit percentage, one would have had to invest in the stock on January 13, 1995, when shares closed at a hefty $22,300.

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