Warren E. Buffett’s annual letter to shareholders seemed to amp up the pugnacity against the financial industry. | JPMorgan’s business tilts toward the consumer side. | Barclays posts an annual loss. | Britain’s elite are still benefiting from an old tax law.
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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
Warren E. Buffett, the billionaire chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, has released his annual shareholder letter, and it is unusually critical of the financial industry.
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
Warren Buffett has beaten the market to such an extreme degree that comparing his success to everyone else can't be done using a normal line chart. In his 50th annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway stockholders, Warren Buffett included a table showing how the price of the company's stock has changed since he took over in 1964. Show More Summary
In the 50 years since Warren Buffett took over Berkshire Hathaway, the per-share market value has increased 1,826,163 percent, or a compounded annual gain of 21.6 percent, Buffett reports in his annual letter to shareholders, which was released...Show More Summary
Billionaire Warren Buffett isn’t a fan of Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-MA) populist rhetoric, Business Insider reports. Said Buffett: “I think that she would do better if she was less angry and demonizing. I believe in ‘hate the sin but love [...] The post Buffett Says Warren Should Be ‘Less Angry’ appeared first on Political Wire.
Warren Buffett said on CNBC today he doesn't like how "angry" and "violent" Elizabeth Warren is in her anti-Wall Street rhetoric.
As an American Express shareholder, the last six months have been perfect for Warren Buffett. In his interview with CNBC Monday morning, Buffett said that he is "not happy" when a stock price increases because it becomes more expensive...Show More Summary
Capitalist fever dream and human–Coca-Cola hybrid Warren Buffett has a lot of opinions, and because he is also a man, he loves sharing them unprompted. In addition to advising celebrities like A-Rod and Floyd Mayweather, he's also fond of chiming in out of nowhere to bestow his wisdom upon unsuspecting... More »
"I think that she would do better if she was less angry and demonized less,” Buffett said about Warren's tone
This weekend, Warren Buffett released his 50th annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders. Over that half-century, Buffett took the failing textile company and turned it into a legendary conglomerate. Using historical price data...Show More Summary
This is probably how you should think about buying any stock. In his 50th annual letter to shareholders, Berkshire Hathaway chairman Warren Buffett spoke about the company's next 50 years. He's confident that Berkshire won't experience major financial problems and that the company's value will continue to grow over time. Show More Summary