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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Warren Buffett’s Wealth Averaged to Dollars Per Day May Surprise You

Billionaire Warren Buffett is reportedly the third wealthiest man in the world, right behind Bill Gates and Amancio Ortega. And, at 86 years old, he is the oldest CEO in the S&P 500. But, to the layman it’s hard to really imagine the kind of wealth that someone like Warren Buffett makes. Last estimates place …

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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 Weighs in on Capitalism

Capitalism is defined in the dictionary as “an economic and political system in which a country’s trade and industry are controlled by private owners for profit, rather than by the state.” Touted as one of the greatest things about the United States, many people have also belabored its shortcomings. As with everything, both sides could …

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Buffett’s Argument Falters In $1 Million Bet to Benefit Charity

To be an investor, you have to be something of a gambler, even if it’s mostly  making safe bets. It seems that Berkshire Hathaway’s Warren Buffett is absolutely no exception to this rule. The billionaire philanthropist has been tracking an ongoing bet with Protege Partners, LLC. And, while the bet is well into its ninth …

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Buffett Thinks We Shouldn’t Worry About The Economy

It seems like no matter where you turn, there is someone spouting doomsday facts about the U.S. GDP (gross domestic production). President-elect Donald Trump talked repeatedly about how the GDP grew by only 1%, and in the wake of the recession of the early 2000s, the state of the economy is still at the forefront …

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Warren Buffett Accepts Trump’s Victory

It is no secret that Warren Buffett was a supporter of Hillary Clinton during this election. While Buffett did remain confident that his conglomerate company Berkshire Hathaway would be “just fine” regardless of who won the election, it has been reported that he has made some less-than complimentary remarks in regards to Trump during the …

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Buffetts Get $10 Million, UConn Wins the Tournament & More

As much is Chuck Berry played a role in inventing the modern world, it’s filled with tons of surprises. The more you try to predict of surprises, the more surprising they actually seem. The dark horse Kentucky, after its “greatest recruiting class ever” loses a total of 10 games, reaches the final two as the …

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9/11 Buffett Payday

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg recently recruited fellow billionaire Warren Buffett. He asked him to take over a taxpayer fund that was set up to pay claims based on the toxic Ground Zero cleanup, which we recently learned from the New York Post. The surprising plan currently under review would give Berkshire Hathaway, Warren …

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