With an estimated net worth of $80 billion, Bill Gates is the richest guy in America, and Warren Buffett is the second-wealthiest at $67 billion. And, although Buffett is 26 years older than Gates, t he two are clearly the closest of frien ds. Show More Summary
By Transcend Asset: Let's Get Rolling Life is like a snowball. The important thing is finding wet snow and a really long hill. - Warren Buffett The BlackBerry (NASDAQ:BBRY) turnaround story continues. The balance sheet is healthier and Wall Street is left complaining about the service revenue decline. Show More Summary
Charlie Munger dropped out of college, served as a meteorologist in the US Army Air Corps, and attended Harvard Law. And then at age 31, he met Warren Buffett, who convinced him to go into investing. Today, Munger is Warren Buffett's...Show More Summary
The investor has a record to rival Warren Buffett's, but mixes shrewd value plays with the occasional dud
People call Warren Buffett the Sage of Omaha for many reasons. He's endlessly quotable, ridiculously well-read, and mind-blowingly wealthy, plus he accompanies all that with the aw-shucks friendliness of the grandpa of your dreams. The...Show More Summary
Warren Buffett’s quote “Only when the tide goes out do you discover who’s been swimming naked” describes neatly the current situation at Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO). The company’s share price is up by only 1.41% year to date including today’s spike of approximately 1.21%, to a value of about $41.03. No wonder, there are numerous questions […]
Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffett and Bill Gates all credit their success to luck. Peter Thiel, the serial entrepreneur, venture capitalist and billionaire has a different take on it. In his new book, "Zero to One," he explains why he rejects...Show More Summary
By Dividend Yield: Everybody wants to make money -- big money over the long haul. The kind where you put money into a stock and get twice the amount back in 10 years. That's great, and I have often invested in stocks that doubled in a decade easily. Show More Summary
By Lazarus Investment Partners: (Editor's Note: Investors should be mindful of the risks of transacting in stocks with limited liquidity, such as FRUTF. Frutarom's listing in Tel Aviv, FRUT.TA, offers stronger liquidity.) Ori Yehudai of Frutarom may be the best manager at the best company you never heard of. Frutarom's CEO, Ori Yehudai Introduction. Show More Summary
By Peter E. Greulich: When two experienced, highly-trained, heavy-weight boxers step into the ring to engage each other, I have no urge to challenge either one of them to a bare-knuckle fist fight. That would be the personification of high-risk. Show More Summary
By US Investor: It took me years to understand the true meaning of risk. It comes from Buffett's definition which is - "Risk comes from not knowing what you are doing". The academic definition of risk as beta or standard deviation is woefully inadequate in helping us understand risk. Show More Summary
By Jae Jun: Graham vs Buffett. Both value investors, but both incredibly different. Not just in terms of the stocks they purchased and the way they thought about businesses, but also diversification. The main thing that comes to mind when you compare Graham and Buffett side by side is their investment style. Show More Summary
All-time investing great Warren Buffett is well-known for taking large positions in stocks he likes, and his top holdings naturally include many of the market’s most familiar names. Yet as a
Warren Buffett is one the best investors in the world. He has coined the term mistakes of commission. Basically, mistakes of omission are those situations where you have identified a company to invest in, but you fail to pull the trigger. Show More Summary
Warren Buffett is known as the sage of investing for his quotes on everything from business, life, investing, success, and failure.
Just because Warren Buffett is a billionaire doesn't mean his advice does not apply to the average individual investor.
Warren Buffett is full of insight on how to make money in the stock market. And he has three simple suggestions for how we can all get great returns.
By Jonathan Weber: Among the outstandingly successful investors, Warren Buffett is, in all likelihood, the most famous one. The sage of Omaha bought shares of Deere & Company (NYSE:DE) towards the end of 2012. I will lay out his reasoning...Show More Summary
Warren Buffett loves risk, assuming of course that he can identify and price it. That's likely why he remains a fan of this risk analytics company.
Although they are friends, Bill Gates ignored this critical advice from Warren Buffett.