Buffett’s Shareholder Letter Highlights: 1999

Since Warren Buffett took over the management of Berkshire Hathaway in 1965, he has written an Annual Shareholder Letter outlining the progress of the company, setting goals, and discussing the culture and methodology of Berkshire Hathaway. And, while a good portion of each letter is devoted to a rundown of numbers for Berkshire Hathaway, scattered …

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Warren Buffett Thinks You Should Ask for a Raise

Warren Buffett is practically a household name, and the Oracle is famous, mainly, for one thing— his wealth. While there were famous investing techniques that helped him get where he is today along with his conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway, chances are the octogenarian wouldn’t have quite as much of a following if he wasn’t a billionaire, currently …

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Berkshire Stocks are Third Most Expensive in the World

Warren Buffett heads what is often regarded as one of the largest and wealthiest conglomerate companies in the world. Berkshire Hathaway does come in as the most expensive stock to buy in America, with Class A shares currently valued at $240,280 and Class B shares never exceeding 1/1500 of Class A’s value. Berkshire Hathaway owns …

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Why Doesn’t Warren Buffett Have a Sports Team?

Warren Buffett, the most famous investor of our time, is currently valued at $73.7 billion, making him the second wealthiest man in the world. It’s hard to imagine what one would do after accumulating all that wealth, and what they would buy, but it’s safe to say there’s some buying trends— even amongst the millionaires …

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Warren Buffett on the Income Gap

Famous billionaire and investor Warren Buffett is by no means scared to share his opinions, and he does so frequently about pretty much any issue that’s on the rise. As per usual, this led Buffett to speak out on the growing issue of income inequality. The income gap in America, or income inequality, has been …

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Would Buffett Make a Good President?

With the inauguration of our 45th president in the very recent past after a controversial election, politics seem the be at the front of everyone’s mind. While it is definitely true that there are a lot of different factors that make a CEO great, or a businessman great, than what factors make a president great, …

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Buffett on Earning Success

Warren Buffett is no strangers to questions; each year, at his annual shareholder meeting, Buffett and his partner Charlie Munger open up the floor to questions— often for several hours— and Buffett is known to visit schools and businessmen often for Q and A sessions. The wise octogenarian has shared a lot of information with …

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Buffett’s Ground Rules

Warren Buffett is most famed for heading conglomerate company Berkshire Hathaway, where he gained most of his $71.5 billion fortune. It is without a doubt his fabled investing techniques that got him where he is today; but, his investing days before Berkshire are often forgotten. After Buffett’s mentor Benjamin Graham closed his partnership in 1956 …

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Buffett’s Shareholder Letter Highlights: 2008

Since Warren Buffett took over the management of Berkshire Hathaway in 1965, he has written an Annual Shareholder Letter outlining the progress of the company, setting goals, and discussing the culture and methodology of Berkshire Hathaway. And, while a good portion of each letter is devoted to a rundown of numbers for Berkshire Hathaway, scattered …

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Should Buffett Sell Coca-Cola?

Warren Buffett owns about 9% of Coca-Cola, that’s 400 million shares, and famously it’s one of his favorite stocks. He made Cherry Coke the official drink of Berkshire Hathaway’s annual shareholder meeting and has been quoted saying that he’s about one-quarter Coca-Cola. While Buffett’s love for Coca-Cola is pretty clear, it’s starting to seem like …

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