What is Warren Buffett’s preferred fixed asset allocation, and how does it perform? In his October 2015 paper entitled “Buffett’s Asset Allocation Advice: Take It … With a Twist”, Javier Estrada examines Warren Buffett’s 2013 implied endorsement of a fixed allocation of 90% stocks and 10% short?term bonds (90/10). Show More Summary
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Berkshire Hathaway-owned running shoe company Brooks is now the official sponsor of beer mile world record holder Lewis Kent. According to a report in Runner's World, Kent — a 22-year-old senior at the University of Western Ontario —...Show More Summary
Can a company pursue profits and social good at the same time? Absolutely. Just ask Howard W. Buffett (grandson of Berkshire Hathaway founder Warren Buffett) and Trevor Neilson, who together have co-founded i(x) Investments, a holding...Show More Summary
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Warren Buffett's grandson is trying to create the Berkshire Hathaway of sustainable investments. In a New York Times profile published Friday, Howard Buffett outlined his plans for i(x) Investments, his new investment fund that willShow More Summary
Football player IPO pulled; Warren Buffett's grandson starts investment firm; Goldman sees limited '16 stock market gains; "Drunk Guy On Flight Just Wants To Drop Trou, Smoke Cigarettes"; and more.
Every year around this time we start to look for predictions and ideas on how to perform better in the next year. What better way to predict the future if not by looking to the past for lessons from one of the greatest investors of our time? I'm talking about 10 years of Warren Buffet's letters to Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders. Show More Summary
Hoping to build on his family’s legacy, Howard Warren Buffett has co-founded i(x) Investments to put capital to work in ways he hopes will improve the world.
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A new concrete wind tower will power more jobs in Iowa, deploying in-state producers including a Siemens wind turbine factory. Keystone XL who Warren Buffett Gives A Gigantic Concrete Wind Turbine Tower To Iowa was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.
Edward Lampert (Trades, Portfolio), a Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio) admirer, bought a stake in IBM (NYSE:IBM), Buffett’s fourth largest position, as its share price declined in the third quarter. As founder and CEO of hedge fund ESL Investments, Lampert typically buys large positions in a few select companies and holds for long periods. His purchase of [...]
Berkshire Hathaway doesn’t usually invest in technology stocks. But it has been investing in IBM, doubling down, as the stock dropped in the third quarter. Apparently, Mr. Buffett sees beyond IBM’s string of declining quarterly revenues to corporate developments other investors missing. While we cannot speak for Mr. Buffett, we can point [...]
Warren Buffett made the news on Monday when it was disclosed that Berkshire Hathaway unloaded 13 percent of its Goldman Sachs holdings; 7 percent of its Wal-Mart shares; and bought another 1.5 million shares of IBM (bringing the company's stake up to 81 million shares). With the acquisition of Allie Beth Allman & Associates, Berkshire's [...]
The steel tycoon and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, who was wealthier in his day than Bill Gates, Sam Walton, and Warren Buffett combined, amassed his fortune through brash business practices and the labor of thousands who toiled in his mills, but he actually owed everything to the work of ancient microbes.
One of my core beliefs, based on all of my research and experience, is that people are going to be focusing on their careers earlier in life in order to compete later in life. We interviewed high school students last year and found that they are already volunteering, getting internships [...]
Mr. Buffett said he reduced Berkshire’ Hathaway’s stakes was to generate cash for his $32 billion acquisition of Precision Castparts.
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway on Monday said it reduced its stake in Goldman Sachs Group by 13 percent during the third quarter. Berkshire Hathaway threw its support behind the investment banking giant during the height of the 2008 global financial crisis. In a U.S. Show More Summary