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A flawed argument used by Warren Buffett could be setting stocks up for 'one of the worst disasters in history'

Speaking in an interview with CNBC on October 3, the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway said, "Valuations make sense with interest rates where they are."..."It's an incomplete sentence," Hussman wrote in a recent blog post. "Unfortunately,...Show More Summary

A flawed argument used by Warren Buffett could be setting stocks up for 'one of the worst disasters in history'

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett made a lot of people feel better about historically stretched stock prices earlier this month. Speaking in an interview with CNBC on October 3, the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway said, " Valuations make sense with interest rates where they are." The investment community breathed a sigh of relief. Show More Summary

Warren Buffett: We tried housing authorities, that model doesn't work

Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett speaks to CNBC's Becky Quick about combatting poverty at the Purpose Built Communities conference in Omaha, Nebraska.

How Berkshire Hathaway could spend its $100 billion cash hoard

Warren Buffett's company has far more cash sitting on its books than he prefers.        

I ate like Warren Buffett for a week, and people kept suggesting a massive conspiracy theory about his food habits

Last week, I went a little bit crazy and decided to eat like Warren Buffett, the Berkshire Hathaway CEO, legendary investor, and folk hero (to some). It was awful. If you'd like to read more about that experience, be my guest. This post, on the other hand, is about a conspiracy theory regarding the diet. Show More Summary

I ate like Warren Buffett for a week — and it was miserable

Warren Buffett is one of the most successful investors in history. He also has a really weird diet. Buffett's diet of sugary soda, junk food, and limited vegetables has reached legendary status. The Berkshire Hathaway CEO drinks around...Show More Summary

Warren Buffett's new stake in truck stops adds another layer to his big bet on the US economy

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway purchased a stake in Pilot Travel Centers, which owns the Pilot Flying J chain of truck stops. The billionaire investor's conglomerate said it will acquire 38.6% of Pilot Flying J, and plans to become its biggest shareholder over six years, it said in a release on Tuesday. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

Warren Buffett, world's second richest man: Eliminating estate tax would be 'terrible mistake'

The Berkshire Hathaway chief says the estate tax impacts only a small percentage of Americans, so getting rid of it would not have widespread effects.        

Warren Buffett just placed a big bet on a $20 billion chain that truckers are obsessed with — here's what it's like to visit

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett is betting big on a chain of truck stops.  On Tuesday, Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway announced it had agreed to acquire 38.6% of Pilot Travel Centers, the owner of the Pilot Flying J truck stop chain. Show More Summary

Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway acquiring Pilot Flying J truck stops

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway will take over majority ownership of Pilot Flying J from the Haslam family by 2023.        

Meet the secretive banker behind Warren Buffett's latest deal

When Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway bought 38.6% of the Pilot Flying J truck stop chain on Tuesday, it did so with the help of a firm you've probably never heard of: BDT Capital Partners. That’s by design. Despite having more than...Show More Summary

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway just made a big bet on truck stops

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway purchased a stake in Pilot Travel Centers, which owns the Pilot Flying J chain of truck stops. The investment behemoth agreed to acquire 38.6% of Pilot Flying J, and outlined plans to become the company's biggest shareholder over a six-year period. This story is developing... Show More Summary

Berkshire Hathaway: How Long Can Buffett Keep Going?

In starting Berkshire Hathaway with an Outperform rating, one analyst considers what could happen when Warren Buffett steps down.

JPMORGAN: Here's who we think will replace Warren Buffett at Berkshire Hathaway (BRK/A)

In Berkshire Hathaway's 2014 letter, Warren Buffett wrote that the legendary conglomerate's "future CEOs should come from internal candidates whom the Berkshire board has grown to know well." JPMorgan believes they've identified theShow More Summary

Long & Foster Sold To Warren Buffett's HomeSevices Of America

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HomeServices of America, a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate, said the acquisition includes Long & Foster's business lines in mortgage, settlement services, insurance and property management.

HomeServices of America acquires Mid-Atlantic giant Long & Foster

HomeServices of America, a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate, today announced its acquisition of Long & Foster, the country's largest privately held residential real estate company by sales volume, for an undisclosed sum. ...

Warren Buffett Lost More Money Than Anyone in the World on Tuesday

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The Berkshire Hathaway chairman and renowned investing genius lost $1.53 billion Tuesday, or 2% of his net worth according to Bloomberg, as markets were broadly routed on policy uncertainty and ongoing jitters over North Korea.

Inside the daily routine of 87-year-old Warren Buffett, who loves McDonald's, spends 80% of his workday reading, and unwinds by playing the ukulele

Warren Buffett turned 87 Wednesday. By now, it's probably safe to say Berkshire Hathaway chairman, who's said he has the diet of a 6-year-old and has no interest in getting to work before dawn, has settled on his optimal daily routine. So...Show More Summary

Warren Buffett Reveals His Biggest Fear

Bloomberg’s David Westin spoke with Berkshire Hathaway Chairman Warren Buffett on his 87th birthday before his charity auction lunch at Smith & Wollensky’s in New York. Among the topics discussed was the Fed's upcoming balance sheetShow More Summary

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