When deciding which goals to focus on, it helps to know which ones aren't a priority. Warren Buffett did this by creating a list of goals, then picking the most important ones for a second list. Read more...
Ndamukong Suh has cultivated a relationship with Warren Buffett but won't need advice from one of the world's wealthiest men to strike it big.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is getting rid of its Procter & Gamble shares without a big tax hit. This doesn't mean you should sell your PG shares.
Warren Buffett has an impressive track record when it comes to making investments, but like all of us, he has made a number of mistakes throughout the years.
Stay within your circle of competence. It's worked out pretty well for the Oracle of Omaha.
For billionaire investor Warren Buffett, the most important hing he looks for in a business is pricing power. “If you’ve got the power to raise prices without losing business to a competitor, you’ve got a very good business,” he says. Show More Summary
There's much hype about the stocks Warren Buffett buys and sells through Berkshire Hathaway, but when it comes down to Berkshire Hathaway the business, those matter less than you might think.
While some people might be afraid of the stock market, Warren Buffett believes placing money in stocks both can and should be for everyone.
Warren Buffett likens the companies he buys to works of art.
Could Warren Buffett's investing strategy and marijuana wind up going hand-in-hand?
If the richest man in the world can learn from Warren Buffett, so can you.
It may have taken a while him to get into franchising, but Warren Buffett is no newcomer to residential real estate. Berkshire Hathaway affiliate HomeServices of America owns more than two dozen brokerages around the country, including heavyweights that are...
The Carlyle Group co-founder is a man of refinement and taste who is more or less single-handedly preserving America’s cultural heritage, such as it is. But assuming Warren Buffett’s glittering eyes were pointed in his direction when...Show More Summary
The zillionaire Obama supporter Warren Buffett is the quintessential crony capitalist. It should surprise no one that he is invested in green energy, the quintessential crony capitalist boondoggle. Apparently Buffett
A few weeks ago, there was a pretty great story going around various business and finance websites about Warren Buffett. According to the story: One day Buffett went up to his pilot named Steve and jokingly said to him that “the fact...Show More Summary
These three companies appear to meet Buffett's exacting standards in spades.
When each of his three kids turned 10 years old, Howard Buffett took them on a trip from Omaha to the East Coast. The middle child had his turn in 1940. He was a numbers-crazed boy named Warren. Dad brought him to New York City. Reflecting...Show More Summary
Warren Buffett's investing strategy has netted more than $71 billion for the Oracle of Omaha over six decades. Find out if that investing strategy still has a place for healthcare conglomerate Johnson & Johnson.
Warren Buffett made the first pennies of his estimated $71 billion fortune 78 years ago. As a 6-year-old kid in Omaha, Nebraska, he bought packs of gum at his grandfather's grocery store, and spent the evenings going door to door selling them to neighbors. Show More Summary
Here’s the quick and dirty version of what we learned on Friday about the holdings of Warren Buffett and the hedge funds at the end of the third quarter: Appaloosa’s David Tepper, George Soros and Daniel Loeb all buy into Alibaba (BABA) Buffett buys up on Express Scripts (ESRX) and Liberty Media (LMCK) Tiger Global [...]