Buffett Speaks with KETV

Business partners Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger took shareholder questions for over four hours on May 2 during the shareholder event weekend. Then on Sunday, Warren Buffett fielded more questions from KETV NewsWatch 7. The annual shareholder event question-and-answer session took place at the CenturyLink Center and is the pinnacle of the entire weekend. Many …

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Buffett Doesn’t Regret Choosing IBM Over Apple

Warren Buffett, the legendary investor, says that he does not regret buying shares of the underperforming IBM, and even more importantly, he does not wish that he had purchased Apple shares instead. The 50 year leader of Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffett, provided these comments in an interview following the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting that took …

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Buffett’s Salary Stayed at $100,000 in 2014

American business magnate Warren Buffett tells the next Berkshire Hathaway CEO that he or she should not be greedy. And Buffett is currently the second richest person in the world. The 84-year-old Warren Buffett stuck with his usual $100,000 year salary in 2014, and he has stayed at this amount for many decades. His company, …

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Pop in Coke Stock Nets Buffett $500 Million

On February 10 Coke had a great day and the stock rose by 3% on a decent earnings report. This reaction has to be a serious relief for Warren Buffett. There is no investment more synonymous with Berkshire Hathaway than their investment in Coca-Cola. As a matter of fact, Buffett sort of got his start …

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What 3 Words of Advice from Buffett Make Investors Rich?

Warren Buffett has so much great advice to offer to investors, but it all boils down to this: Get over yourself. Stop believing that there is a secret magic formula out there for making millions of dollars overnight, and quit thinking that you will discover this formula because you’re much smarter than all of the …

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Buffett’s #1 Investment Secret

“Why not invest your assets in the companies you really like? As Mae West said, ‘Too much of a good thing can be wonderful.’” — Warren Buffett Warren Buffett is considered one of the best investors that the modern world has ever known. He started out as a financial analyst in the 50s when he …

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20 Masterful Warren Buffett Quotes

Warren Buffett, a true investing genius, can manage to simplify ideas that are very complex and make them quite quotable. His quotes even seem to have withstood the test of time. The Oracle of Omaha spent the majority of his life providing advice to individuals willing to listen, earning him the title of one of …

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Is Warren Buffett Losing His Edge?

Going from the Oracle of Omaha to ordinary. That’s what a new analysis and the New York Times are saying about the legendary investor, and what they want you to believe about Warren Buffett. As an investor for over the last 50 years, Buffett has failed to outperform the S&P 500 only 10 times. For …

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Buffett’s Real Thoughts on Climate Change

While appearing on Squawk Box on CNBC last month, Warren Buffett commented about how disasters related to the weather have had an effect on the insurance businesses owned by Berkshire Hathaway. This set many commentators abuzz all over the Internet, and had people discussing whether or not climate change really did have an impact. Even …

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Buffett’s Thoughts on Investing with Leverage

Warren Buffett began investing in stocks over 70 years ago. At the tender age of 11 years old, the Oracle of Omaha made his first equity purchase. He bought three shares of Cities Service Preferred. He sold his shares early and made a tiny profit. But more importantly, he learned a great lesson about patience …

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