Why Warren Buffett Hangs On to Cash

The way that most investors make money is off of stocks and the rising of value in their investment portfolio. For that reason, it’s easy to see how many investors would consider cash a waste. You aren’t going to be making any money off of cash stocks that are just sitting around. In fact, it’s …

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Business Principles and Practices of Berkshire Hathaway

Warren Buffett’s management of Berkshire Hathaway pulled the company from the brink of collapse and formed it into a multi-billion dollar company that owns and operates more than 50 other companies. And, while there isn’t any one thing that has led to the success of Buffett and his corporation, the business practices, principles, and philosophy certainly …

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3 Types of Companies Buffett Avoids

Investing is a tricky business. It involves strategy, foresight, and even hindsight. A lot of people look to Warren Buffett for advice, and he freely offers it. He runs one of the most successful conglomerates in the world, plus, he’s got some strategies that are pretty easily followed— like these three types of companies that …

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Buffett’s Shareholder Letter Highlights: 1983

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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Buffett’s Shareholder Letter Highlights: 1977

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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Why Hasn’t Warren Buffett Sold Wells Fargo?

By now, you’ve probably caught wind of the huge Wells Fargo scandal that went public this year. The company, for about 5 years, had employees creating unauthorized deposit accounts and credit card applications that totaled more than $2.6 million in fees for Wells Fargo. It has been said that employees were doing this in order to …

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Warren Buffett Makes $8 Billion After Trump Win

If there is one good thing that can be said for president-elect Donald Trump, it is that his landmark win has had a big impact on the stock market and the economy, and in a good way. Since the election results on Nov. 8, 2016, bank stocks have surged, and the DOW has enjoyed a …

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Warren Buffett’s 10 Most Expensive Deals

Warren Buffett has been in the investing and trading market for years. He’s made hundreds of deals for either part or all of a company, but there are always a few that will stand out. Today, we’ve taken and ranked the top 10 most expensive deals Warren Buffett has made over the years. It’s worth …

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Warren Buffett’s Simple Rule: Bad News First

Warren Buffett has a somewhat interesting approach when it comes to his annual letters to shareholders. Rather than trying to beat around the bush, he dives head first into any bad news that needs to get out of the way. For example, in his 2012 letter to his the shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway, Buffett opens …

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