Long before Facebook existed, Warren Buffett warned about companies that neglect a "wonderful base business while purchasing other businesses that are so-so or worse."
For the individual investor, knowing a thing or two about history can serve as a potent competitive advantage.
Warren Buffett might be missing out on a few golden opportunities, but maybe you can get in.
Can Warren Buffett's Pacificorp bring the Northwest's renewable riches to market?; The Energy Gateway will change the way America uses energy — when it gets finished. Herman K. Trabish | September 15, 2014 (Utility Dive) States will need the Pacific Northwest’s flexible natural gas and abundant renewables to meet energy mandates in the coming decade. Show More Summary
Warren Buffett has a long history of picking winners. Here's why Berkshire's position in DaVita could be another winning pick.
For the second time in 2 days, a Chinese car maker's stock has been utterly devastated overnight - on absolutely no news. Shares in BYD - the Chinese electric car maker part-owned by Warren Buffett - crashed 47% in a bout of total panic...Show More Summary
Sometimes bank stocks are cheap for a reason. Let's talk about why that is and when it's OK to pay a premium.
Every so often we like to step outside the normal mold, and give readers something different. One of the great things about StreetAuthority.com is that we can write about anything we want - well
What traits help set successful people apart? What makes Steve Jobs or Warren Buffett different from anyone else? Small business owners and entrepreneurs realize success isn’t just luck. Here are some traits of successful people to help you catch a bit of that magic for yourself. 1. They Plan for the Future Looking towards the future...
Billionaire Warren Buffet attended a Cleveland Cavaliers game on Monday night, where he met LeBron James, who calls him “Uncle Warren,” according to the basketball star’s Instagram feed. Buffet, who is the 12th richest man in the world, according to Forbes, watched the Cavaliers beat the Charlotte Hornets, 97-88, as part of his days-long sports tour. […]
Among his many investing maxims, Warren Buffett makes ample sense when he says "only buy something you'd be perfectly happy to hold if the market shut down for 10
Warren Buffett's recent buy of Duracell isn't the first time Procter & Gamble has sold off one of its name brands.
The companies owned by Berkshire Hathaway, the huge conglomerate that Warren Buffett built, follow their leader in embracing corporate social responsibility, stewardship and sustainability. But the breadth and scale of the sprawling conglomerate can hide both the commitments and periodic problems.
Stock trading and stock investing sound like synonyms, but Warren Buffett wants us to see the two are very different from one another.
I finally bought Berkshire Hathaway a week ago; here are the top eight reasons that pushed me over the edge.
Three Motley Fool analysts pick the company they'd most like to see in Buffett's portfolio again this holiday season.
Amazon may be losing money, but CEO Jeff Bezos uses Warren Buffet's logic to explain why that's no reason to sell the stock.
Over six decades, Warren Buffett has amassed a fortune of wealth and knowledge -- but not all of his advice is worth listening to.
What's right for Berkshire Hathaway isn't necessarily right for individual investors.
Back in 1951, a 20-year-old Warren Buffett was well on his way to fulfilling his goal of becoming a millionaire by age 35. He'd made $53,000 by age 16. He had gone to elite schools. He already had a knack for making money on stocks. But...Show More Summary