AP Photo/Nati HarnikWarren Buffett is sounding a little more bullish on the U.S. economy than most other observers right do now.
The sage of Omaha told Charlie Rose in an interview last night that he thinks conditions may improve faster than the Federal Reserve expects.
He called the Fed's announcement last week that it will hold interest rates near zero for two more years "a very, very stark statement" by the central bank that the economy is in trouble, adding: "I think there's a chance they're wrong . . . . I think it may pick up before then."Read More »from Buffett: Economy may pick up sooner than Fed thinks