Warren Buffett says that while stocks aren’t as attractive as they were a few years back, he’s still finding opportunities. “They’re rich in some cases,” Buffett tells FOX Business Network of valuations, “but overall we find things to buy. … The stock market was far more attractive obviously three or four years ago.” Buffett also says that low interest rates have definitely helped Berkshire Hathaway’s businesses and the economy. In a separate clip, Buffett reiterates his belief that housing is a very attractive investment right now for those buying for the long term. And he reiterates his belief that inflation is likely to come given the Federal Reserve’s policies, but he also notes that he’s been wrong on that so far.