3 Reasons Warren Buffett Dumped Wal-Mart Stocks

Walmart is one of the most visible and well-known supermarket retailers around the world, and has stores in 27 different countries. Most large cities have more than one, in fact, and the company offers a variety of services including banking, auto maintenance, and more. However, Walmart’s stocks have been slipping in recent years, and Berkshire Hathaway seems …

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Why Warren Buffett May Buy More Apple Shares

Warren Buffett has never been shy about admitting that one of the things he knows next to nothing about is technology. Instead, his companies tend to be either mechanical or service-oriented, such as insurance. However, recently, Berkshire Hathaway has begun to invest in Apple and in the most recent quarter, more than doubled its stake, leaving …

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Warren Buffett’s $70 Billion Mistake

Everyone makes mistakes sometimes, even the world’s top investor. Of course, since Warren Buffett is the second wealthiest person in the world and is chairman of a company that is valued at upwards of $200 billion, it stands to reason that his mistakes are going to cost way more than most people. In fact, one of …

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The Only Investment Advice You Need from Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett is the top investor in the world and one of the richest men in the world. He is well-known for incredible foresight when choosing stocks and companies and investors everywhere watch his moves carefully in order to try and learn from him. So, it’s absolutely no surprise that Buffett’s investment advice is among …

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What is the ‘Buffett Effect’?

Warren Buffett, the chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, is not only the world’s top investor, but also one of the most influential people in the financial world. Wall Street gurus are constantly watching what Buffet does so they can emulate him, hoping for a tiny bit of the same success. Every time that Berkshire Hathaway changes …

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When Will Berkshire Hathaway Split its Stock?

Warren Buffett heads one of the most successful and largest companies in the country: Berkshire Hathaway. This holding organization has gone through its share of ups and downs financially, but one place where the holdings company has always excelled is in the stock market. In fact, Berkshire Hathaway’s stocks are among the most expensive in …

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What Did Warren Buffett Buy Last Quarter?

Last quarter, Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway purchased a ton of new stocks. Around $12 billion, in fact, and ever since Buffett told analysts that figure, everyone has been scrambling to try and guess what moves Berkshire has made since the Trump administration took office in November. However, now SEC filings have finally shown where Buffett …

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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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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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