Buffett to Appear as Adviser on “Celebrity Apprentice” Tonight

Just a few weeks before Warren Buffett’s much-awaited HBO documentary, “Becoming Warren Buffett” airs, the Oracle of Omaha will be gracing screens with his presence in a far more entertaining fashion. According to the Omaha World Herald, Buffett will be on tonight’s episode (1/16/17) of “Celebrity Apprentice” as an adviser to candidates. The show, which …

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Warren Buffett’s Advice for Retirement

Warren Buffett will probably never retire. He’s been quoted dozens of times saying that he loves what he does and he wants to do it until he simply can’t any longer. And, with his uncanny ability to pick stocks and invest in companies, the Oracle of Omaha definitely wouldn’t have anything to worry about if …

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Buffett’s Tips for Investing when the Market is High

With the constant ups and downs, the Stock Market is like a constant exercise in evaluation. Knowing which stock will go up, how much it’s worth, and whether it’s something that you should invest in can be a tricky and even risky business, especially if you’re just getting started. Many investors make the mistake of …

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One Skill Warren Buffett Says Everyone Should Learn

Billionaire Warren Buffett is one of the most important businessmen in the world. As the world’s top investor and the chairman of the conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway, Buffett is constantly asked for his advice for success, for getting rich, and more. And, while there are many things that he attributes to his success, there is one …

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Buffett on the Benefits of Leaving Wall Street

When most people think of investors and the stock market, images of Wall Street probably come to mind. Dozens of computers with stock prices flipping along like some kind of complicated Matrix code, and charts zooming up and down while men in suits run around, shouting over each other, and punching in numbers on computer …

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3 Traits That Make Berkshire’s Reinsurance Business Profitable

Berkshire Hathaway makes a huge slice of its profits from utilities and insurance. While GEICO is one of the company’s most recognizable insurance brands, National Indemnity was actually purchased first. This reinsurance company helps other insurance companies absorb risks and protects them against losses. But, while being a reinsurance company can be extremely lucrative, it is also …

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HBO’s “Becoming Warren Buffett” Trailer Released

Warren Buffett is one of the most eccentric and interesting businessmen on the planet. He built a Fortune 500 company from absolutely nothing and is currently the second richest man in the world, yet he still lives a ridiculously frugal lifestyle, and has vowed to give away 99% of his wealth prior to death. While …

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Most Important Lessons Buffett Learned from “The Intelligent Investor”

One of the best ways to learn how to be like Buffett is to read. Warren Buffett himself reads almost constantly and he has attributed his success to his love of reading. While it’s hard to pin down a specific book that is his absolute favorite, easily the book that he speaks most highly of …

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Warren Buffett’s Steps for Building Good Habits

Although it’s not something that people talk about all that much, Warren Buffett has some of the best (and worst) habits that a person can have. He drinks way too much Cherry Coke and eats fast food frequently, but he’s also cautious with his investing, reads frequently, and lives frugally. But all of his habits—both …

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