5 Warren Buffett & Charlie Munger Quotes to Live By Today

Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger like to share their philosophies on life and investing. And because of this, they have many interesting quotes that we would like to share with you today. Five of our favorites include: In regards to looking at the glass half-full – when Charlie Munger was asked about the insurance premiums …

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5 More Buffett & Munger Quotes to Live By

Charlie Munger and Warren Buffett were at the top of their game at this year’s 50th anniversary Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting. And during the question-and-answer session, the dynamic duo of investing had some incredibly powerful things that they said to the audience. We would like to share five more of our favorite quotes from the …

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20 Warren Buffett Facts that You Might Not Know

Below are 20 facts that very few people know about the head of Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffett. The father of Warren Buffett was a Republican congressman. Warren Buffett is of Huguenot descent. When Warren Buffett was 11 years old, the first stock that he purchased was three shares of Cities Service Preferred. At 14 years …

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4 Reasons Why Wells Fargo is a Buffett Favorite

Historically speaking, Buffett and Munger’s holding company Berkshire Hathaway have consistently beaten the market, a very rare feat indeed. Since 1985, Berkshire Hathaway’s per-share book value has increased faster than the S&P 500 during every five years. The company boasts a compounded annual gain of 19.7% per year, compared to the market’s 9.4%, including dividends. …

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Is Buffett a Freak of Nature?

After learning about successful investors, entrepreneurs and Warren Buffett himself, it’s almost obvious that anyone can replicate their success. They may not able to do it to the same magnitude, but it is possible to replicate these individuals to a considerable extent. You have to train your brain on how to think. Buffett does not …

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New Study Uncovers Buffett’s Investing Secrets

Is Buffett’s investment success a matter of skill or luck? Two analysts at AQR Capital Management, one of the most sophisticated and largest hedge funds in the world, coupled with a New York University professor, teamed up to answer this question once and for all. The answer they came up with… Buffett’s skill is legitimate …

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Why Does Buffett Keep Buying Shares of U.S. Bancorp?

Just recently, Berkshire Hathaway shared its most up-to-date stock holdings with the SEC. This is the company run by Warren Buffett. And most recently, they have chosen to purchase more shares of one particular bank stock. Many people already know that Berkshire Hathaway has a $19.1 billion position in Wells Fargo. That doesn’t come as …

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Buffett Attends Opening of Carmel Geico Service Center

On Monday, at a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new GEICO customer service center in Carmel, two business legends made an appearance at this event. The first was the famous green gecko, and the other legend is none other than billionaire investor Warren Buffett. On March 18 of 2013, GEICO announced that it was going …

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Buffett Offers Online Career Advice

Warren Buffett, billionaire investor, encourages young workers to seek out jobs of which they are passionate about. This is career advice that he offered to youngsters online this Tuesday when he spoke about a number of topics. Every year, Mr. Buffett takes time out of his busy schedule and he meets with students from roughly …

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Berkshire’s “Subpar” Year And Other Goodies

Warren Buffett, the most famous investor in America, really holds himself to a much higher standard than most. That’s why he describes the business year of 2012 as “subpar” even though Berkshire Hathaway made a total of $24.1 billion for its shareholders. Buffett pointed out that only for the ninth time in Berkshire Hathaway’s 48 …

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