Buffett Stays with American Express

Recently, American Express has been going through a tough time. Due to rising competition from large banking conglomerates including J.P. Morgan and a tough US dollar, the company missed analyst expectations for revenue by $260 million during the first quarter. American Express even lost one of their large sources of credit card sign ups due …

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Buffett on the Markets

Even though the United States stock market is once again trading at record levels, there are still some serious problems in the US economy like wages and long-term unemployment for 2.7 million people. Warren Buffett, CEO and chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, was interviewed by CNN Money recently, and in this interview Buffett talked about whether …

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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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Weschler & Combs Miss S&P 500 Yardstick in 2014

It’s hard for even Warren Buffett to outdo himself on occasion. But, his soon to be successors Ted Weschler and Todd Combs have been doing an excellent job thus far. Until 2014, that is, when the protégés of Warren Buffett underperformed the S&P 500’s 11.4% return by quite a wide margin, according to Fortune. Out …

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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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Biggest Berkshire Hathaway Threats this Year

Berkshire Hathaway, founded by Warren Buffett, is currently sitting at its all-time high, and within intraday trading, the Class B shares have even traded higher than $152 per share. But will the large drop in oil prices have an effect on the Class A and Class B shares? After all, the Berkshire Hathaway portfolio currently …

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Warren Buffett and Cable TV

There’s nobody better than Warren Buffett in the investing world. He’s a huge public figure that gets a lot of attention, and since he’s had such a great performance from 1965 through 2012, it’s no wonder that so many people pay attention to what he has to say. During those years mentioned above, he’s even …

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Berkshire Earnings Prove Buffett Still Got It

Berkshire Hathaway, run by billionaire investor Warren Buffett, posted strong earnings for the third quarter at the end of the week. This should give the shares of Berkshire Hathaway their rightful place at beating the market for a trailing five years. The tough test that Warren Buffett requires of Berkshire Hathaway is that for any …

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Buffett’s Stock Pickers Are Killing It

Things are looking good for Warren Buffett and his stock pickers. He plucked them from obscurity, but they are now managing billions of dollars worth of Berkshire Hathaway’s money. Todd Combs and Ted Weschler control more than $14 billion worth of Berkshire Hathaway’s money, and in the future they could eventually manage much more as …

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