Would you rather have your money in three index funds or Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway?
By Detroit Bear: When it comes to long-term dividend investing, the formula seems relatively simple, in my book. In fact, dividend investing goes hand-in-hand with the Warren Buffett process. I look for companies that are going to be around for decades with an increasing value of cash to return to shareholders. Show More Summary
Warren Buffett sent out a really intense Christmas card, recapitulating his costume celebrated the end of Breaking Bad that depicted him as dad/drug kingpin Heisenberg. Here it is, via WSJ's Nikki Waller and Quartz's Matt Phillips: Join the conversation about this story »
A group of younger agents will help Warren Buffett’s new real estate franchise brand, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, buck the aging agent trend and connect with the perspective of a younger generation. The Irvine, Calif.-based franchisor has selected 10 agents, all...
Here's how Warren Buffett would assess MasterCard's new capital actions.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Berkshire Hathaway Inc's BNSF Railway Co has moved Chief Executive Matthew Rose to an executive chairman role, renewing speculation he might be in line to replace Warren Buffett at Berkshire's helm.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Berkshire Hathaway Inc's BNSF Railway Co president Carl Ice will become the unit's chief executive, succeeding Matthew Rose, an executive many believe could become Warren Buffett's successor.
Warren Buffett's larger holdings are well-known, but should you ignore his smaller holdings? Let's take a look at USG Corp and Dow Chemical.
There are three types of investors: smart, dumb, and dumber. Eugene Fama is best known for his Efficient Market Hypothesis. His hypothesis helped millions of “dumber” investors to switch to dumb investing. This is widely known as passive investing where you invest in low-cost passive portfolios that mimic the performance of the S&P 500 index […]
A new NBER working paper (abstract; PDF) analyzes Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway and the drivers of its stock market success. Beyond benefiting from Buffett's ability to buy low and sell high, Berkshire has also been able to borrow...Show More Summary
It takes 20 years to build a reputation and 5 minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you'll do things differently. - Warren Buffett The post It Takes 20 Years to Build a Reputation and 5 Minutes to Ruin it. – Warren Buffett appeared first on Lifehack.
Atlanta’s largest brokerage, Prudential Georgia Realty has officially transitioned to Warren Buffett’s new real estate franchise, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices. The transition has been in the making since March when Berkshire Hathaway-affiliate HomeServices of America, which runs the new brand, acquired...
Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway, in a new filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, revealed buying a significant amount of shares of DaVita HealthCare Partners Inc (NYSE:DVA). Berkshire has acquired around 1.3 million shares, raising its holding in the company to a total of almost 36.5 million shares. The stock was acquired in four transactions, and the […]
By Early Retiree: In May 2008 Warren Buffett gave a little noticed interview to the German weekly Der Spiegel in which he mentioned another German stock Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) (BRK.B) held besides Munich Re (OTCPK:MURGY) (OTCPK:MURGF): SPIEGEL: Munich Re was the first German company in which you invested directly. Show More Summary
By Detroit Bear: As a long-time follower of Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger, I can't say that the auto industry is the best place to invest your money over the long-term. Automakers are highly susceptible to the booms and busts of the economy, as well as their own inability to control production and hold the line on incentive spending. Show More Summary
'Value investor' is not the most apt description for Buffett.
American International Group has made it into the headlines all too often, but there is one thing investors may be missing about this company -- and that it may resemble Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway closer than the first glance would suggest.
Warren Buffett recently met with a group of MBA students. A student asked him what shaped his political views (Buffett is a Democrat). The famous investor offered a great through experiment, which helped him think through the kind of world he wants to live in. Show More Summary
I t wasn’t long after Peggy Wallace left a career on Wall Street that she stumbled on her new calling: helping women become investors. She was perplexed back then when she couldn’t name a female equivalent of Warren Buffett. No woman had earned any fame for helping fund and build promising companies. Show More Summary