How Buffett Looks at Exxon

Recently, Warren Buffett’s newest distaste for the oil market has just taken on a new twist. Berkshire Hathaway has recently passed Exxon Mobil and is now considered the third most valuable company in the United States. This happens just a few weeks after Warren Buffett disclosed that he is selling off his energy stocks, and …

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Berkshire Hathaway Breaks All Time High

Last year, Warren Buffett mentioned that Berkshire Hathaway and the future of the company is going to be about expanding and buying big businesses. As Buffett celebrates is golden anniversary as far as running the company is concerned, many investors are beginning to rally behind the idea. Shares of Berkshire Hathaway, based out of Omaha, …

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The Reason Buffett Hasn’t Split Berkshire Hathaway Stock

Buying a share of Berkshire Hathaway Class A costs so much money that it could pay for a person’s entire college education. It can even buy two houses in Omaha, Nebraska. To put it another way, you could purchase 40,000 large Blizzards from Dairy Queen, owned by Berkshire Hathaway. Why doesn’t Warren Buffett split the …

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Berkshire Hathaway Reached $300 Billion Market Cap

Even though Berkshire Hathaway was not able to grow its net worth quicker than the S&P 500 index over the past five years, they did reach a major milestone though. The company passed the $300 billion market capitalization mark for the very first time. Since reporting record earnings last week, the Berkshire Hathaway stock has …

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8 Funny Reagan Era Buffett Insights

So many things have changed since 1984: President Reagan is no longer in office, gas costs much more than one dollar per gallon and Apple computers look a lot different than they did back then. In over 30 years, one thing hasn’t changed though. Buffett is still writing his letters to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders. Each …

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Larry Page Chooses Buffett’s Path on Health Issues

Larry Page, CEO of Google Inc. certainly idolized Apple cofounder and former CEO, Steve Jobs, but he is not going to emulate the way Jobs acted secretly about his health issues. On Tuesday, in a very lengthy post on Google +, one day before Google’s big developer conference, Google I/O, told the world he has …

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