Americans do not often admit to being rich. There are, of course, prominent exceptions. Warren Buffett will tell you he is in fact affluent. Kid Rock will too, and really exuberantly. Guys like Tom Perkins, the venture capitalist, will...Show More Summary
Warren Buffet keeps buying IBM at cheaper prices. If IBM stock is good enough for Warren Buffet's portfolio, maybe it deserves a place in your portfolio, too.
Billionaire Warren Buffett probably won’t be making any contributions to Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign, if there is one that is. In an interview on CNBC yesterday, Buffett chided the U.S. Senator from Massachusetts for coming across as angry in expressing her views about Wall Street. Show More Summary
Warren Buffett thinks Sen. Elizabeth Warren, R-Massachusetts, would be more effective if she were less angry.
Paraphrasing, but only slightly.
Warren Buffett is an iconic figure in the investment space. Over the decades he managed to build an empire around his Berkshire Hathaway holding company. In addition to fully-owned subsidiaries, Mr. Buffett also holds $109 billion in shares of publicly-traded companies, the majority of which provided the “Oracle of Omaha” with impressive returns. Even though, […]
Looking Back, Looking Forward: Buffett’s 50th Letter to Shareholders
"More Jimmy Lings will appear." This is Warren Buffett's warning from his 50th letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders that investors who hang too closely on the word or vision — but not results — of any one executive may find themselves...Show More Summary
Rich geezer Warren Buffett thinks Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren would be a more effective leader if she calmed down and got less mad about stuff that, in her view, is ruining the country. Read more...
Duquesne Capital’s Stanley Druckenmiller respects Warren Buffett’s opinion on International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM); he just doesn’t agree with it. In an interview with CNBC yesterday, Druckenmiller offered his take on the staunch viewpoint Buffett has taken concerning IBM, in which he has said IBM is doing exactly what he expects, and that the company’s […]
THIS week: Warren Buffett's shareholder letter and the 2015 Super Return private-equity shindig
In his annual letter, Warren Buffett took the opportunity to again warn shareholders about Wall Street greed. But Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein doesn't think Buffett knows what he's talking about. Blankfein told The New York Times'...Show More Summary
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Billionaire investor Warren Buffett lashed out at investors who have remained strong critics of International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM) by reiterating the company remains a key part of his investments despite grappling with huge disappointment in the recent past. Show More Summary
Buffett’s advice for Senator Elizabeth Warren is to be less angry and demonize less. “Well, I think she would do better if she was less angry and demonized less. I believe in ‘hate the sin and love the sinner,’” he said. Buffett said it’s a mistake for lawmakers like Warren to get angry with those [...]
Post by Lisa Fogarty. Forbes has just released its annual list of the 500 richest people in the world. Though you won't be the least bit surprised to find famous men like Bill Gates and Warren Buffett reigning supreme at the top of the list, some inspiring women are trailing not so far behind. Show More Summary
As I read this excerpt from Warren Buffett's annual letter to shareholders, all I could think of was the private equity acquisition of the Caritas Christi health care system. As I have noted, this transaction will have a tail that will leave Massachusetts policy-makers with difficult choices. Show More Summary