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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Should Buffett Drop IBM?

Warren Buffett began purchasing stock in IBM in 2011, allegedly due to its “stickiness within corporate IT departments” but many criticized his decision. However, while his investment has nearly broken even, the stock shrank for around 19 quarters in a row before enjoying a modest 20% rise in the last year. But, after so many …

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Buffett’s Advice for Investing During Trump’s Presidency

The 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, was officially sworn in last week. While the statements he made during his campaign initially made the markets surge in preparation for fewer regulations, his inaugural address left some a little worried about where President Trump will stand as far as businesses are concerned, and what …

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Buffett’s Investment in IBM Has Nearly Paid Off

As the best investor in the world, people are constantly watching Warren Buffett to see what he’s doing. Which companies is he investing in? Which ones is he dropping? Should everyone else follow suit? The articles debating about his choices and evaluating his decisions are endless. So it should be no surprise that in 2011 …

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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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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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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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Why Doesn’t Berkshire Hathaway Pay Dividends?

Berkshire Hathaway is a remarkable company, not only because of its size and its celebrity chairman Warren Buffett, but for the way that the corporation does business. In addition to having a strict criteria for acquiring new businesses, the company also has never split its Class A stocks, and has only paid one dividend to …

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Buffett’s 3 Most Valuable Acquisitions

Since Warren Buffett took over Berkshire Hathaway in 1965, the company has made dozens of acquisitions of companies in many different markets—everything from insurance to candy. And, while it’s easy to rank them by the most expensive, or biggest mistakes, one of the harder things to evaluate is which companies have been the most valuable. Earlier …

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Buffett on Reviewing Your Portfolio

Investors and businessmen are constantly looking toward the Oracle of Omaha for advice on what stocks to buy, when to sell, and everything in between. With a portfolio as diverse and profitable as Berkshire Hathaway’s, it’s no wonder that the CEO and president, Warren Buffett, is often considered the most successful investor of all time. With the …

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