The push by Bill Gates and Warren Buffett to get billionaires to give away at least half their wealth to charity just got a major boost: Saudi Arabia's Prince Alwaleed bin Talal says he will give away his entire $32 billion fortune in the coming years, reports Bloomberg. That amounts...
James Sherk, Paul Winfree Economics, Americas "Americans who work full-time and get married are dramatically less likely to live in poverty than those who do not." Warren Buffett recently opined that economic growth no longer benefits low-income workers. Show More Summary
Carl Icahn, proclaiming a certain stock, Apple, is a sure double is the classic ideology of catastrophe. Warren Buffett, who also burnishes his image diligently, never talks about any of his positions headed for a double. After all, American Express, first bought in 1964, has compounded generously for some 50 [...]
Warren Buffett is admired for many reasons, but his commitment to giving most of his fortune away when he dies is high on that list. Buffett's approach to philanthropy is as old school as his investment style: make your money, then give it away. Show More Summary
Liz Claman has renewed her deal with Fox Business Network, TVNewser has learned. Claman, an FBN original, hosts Countdown to the Closing Bell at 3 p.m. ET. She is also FBN’s go-to journalist for Warren Buffett sit-downs. Claman was plucked from CNBC when FBN launched in late 2007. Show More Summary
"I wish I'd thought of it.": parislemon: Leigh Gallagher on the time when Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky met with Warren Buffett: One of Chesky’s biggest source triumphs was his audience with Buffett. A little over a year ago, Chesky reached...Show More Summary
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway gains NZ insurance license, enters Aust health underwriting.
Warren Buffett has been auctioning off a "power lunch" since 2000 at his charity event for GLIDE Foundation, an organization dedicated to reducing poverty and marginalization. The highest bidder gets to bring up to seven people to dine...Show More Summary
Legendary investor Warren Buffett advises to be fearful when others are greedy, and be greedy when others are fearful. One way we can try to measure the level of fear in a given stock is through a technical analysis indicator called the Relative Strength Index, or RSI, which measures momentum [...]
The 84-year-old investor keeps a low profile but is on the highest pedestal in the business world
Remember when people complained that hedge fund managers and private equity firm owners paid a lower tax rate than many workers? Or when Warren Buffett said he shouldn’t pay a lower rate than his secretary? In those cases, investors were benefiting from low capital gains rates, but at least they paid some tax. Show More Summary
Warren Buffett is one of the most brilliant investors of all time, yet his investing strategies are simple. In an episode of their podcast "We Study Billionaires: The Investors Podcast," hosts Preston Pysh and Stig Brodersen delve into...Show More Summary
Warren Buffett is the most successful investor of all time. Warren Buffett was able to keep learning about investments and business from the age of 11, which allowed him to compound money for decades. The real secret behind Buffett's success is that the guy worked incredibly hard to achieve his record all his life. Show More Summary
Warren Buffett, the most successful investor in history, has offered us plenty of great money advice. Perhaps his most important money message, however? The best investment you can make is in yourself. Read more...
Many highly successful people started their ascent to fame and fortune early. Bill Gates, for example, spent his teenage years learning to code. Meanwhile, a young Warren Buffett worked several jobs and had accumulated today's equivalent of $53,000 by age 16. Show More Summary
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(Disclosure: the author has a position in the Daily Journal Corporation – a reliable sell indicator.) Value investors know Warren Buffett’s classic retort to efficient market theory, “The SuperInvestors of Graham and Doddsville.” It originally took the form of a speech he gave at Columbia business school on the 50th anniversary [...]
Last week, we pointed out that railcar traffic — the one indicator Warren Buffett would want on a desert island to tell how the economy is doing — is the weekly indicator most connected to quarterly GDP. Well, this week's numbers don't...Show More Summary