3 Buffett Habits to Adopt

Warren Buffett has gone from a seven-year-old boy roaming the streets of Omaha selling Coca-Cola bottles for five cents apiece to a man now sitting atop the Berkshire Hathaway empire that he created, and has more than $525 billion worth of assets. Have you ever wondered which habits helped Warren Buffett get to this place …

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Duracell Deals Raises Tax Benefit Profile

Allan Sloan, finance watcher, chose to analyze the pending Duracell/Procter & Gamble deal with Berkshire Hathaway for the Washington Post. He mentions that it uses a once minor loophole in taxes known as the “cash-rich split off” that has become large enough to make Sloan “sit up and pay attention.” Sloan makes an estimate saying …

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Gates & Buffett: An Awkward First Meeting

Bill Gates, worth an estimated $80 billion and considered the richest man in America, and Warren Buffett, worth $67 billion and the second wealthiest man. Even though Buffett is 26 years Gates’ senior, it’s quite obvious that these two billionaires are very good friends. Together, these gentlemen have worked toward asking the richest men and …

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Berkshire Hathaway Profits Soar By 41% and Break Previous Records

This past Friday, Berkshire Hathaway provided its second-quarter earnings report and profits soared by 41% to reach a record high. This reflects substantial gains in investments, plus improved manufacturing, retail and service business results. “It’s clear that Warren Buffett’s bet on the US economy is paying off,” said Michael Yoshikami, the president of Destination Wealth …

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Why Buffett Chose Newspapers

During 2012, billionaire investor Warren Buffett put in a bid to buy a United States newspaper in the southeast. This was a mere three years after he mentioned that Berkshire Hathaway, his most influential holding company, no longer had any interest in investing in newspapers “at any price.” “Very smart people looked at Buffett’s offer …

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Buffett Passed Up Opportunity to Buy Washington Post

Warren Buffett tells us that he chose not to buy the Washington Post because he was not looking to place an added burden on his family or his company. Berkshire Hathaway Inc., Buffett’s investing conglomerate, was also the largest shareholder of the Washington Post prior to it being sold to Amazon and Jeff Bezos, so …

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Buffett Says Amazon’s Jeff Bezos Best US CEO

In a meeting this past January, CEO and chairman of the Washington Post Donald Graham mentions to former Washington Post board member and longtime friend Warren Buffett that Jeff Bezos is the best the US CEO for business acumen and technology. Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon.com, is going to buy the Washington Post newspaper for …

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Investment Advice from Warren Buffett: Part 3

Happy Fourth of July! We will close out our series on Warren Buffett’s investment advice today by sharing four more important tips and personal quotes from the billionaire entrepreneur. Let’s dive in without any further delay… Tip #1: It’s Always Best to Be Patient Here’s a key piece of investing advice from the brilliant investor …

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Buffett Hints At 2016 Hilary Clinton Presidential Run

Since Hillary Clinton has now joined Twitter and her supporters are quite happy with the outcome, the Washington Post also joined the party by publishing an article dedicated to Clinton’s Twitter arrival. The article was 26 paragraph’s long. The noteworthiness of Clinton’s arrival on Twitter is even compounded further by the fact that Buffett’s tweet …

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Do You Understand Warren Buffett’s Dividend Stock Strategy?

There is no question that Warren Buffett is actually the best investor the world has ever known. He started out with only a few hundred dollars in the year 1956, yet he managed to transform that money into $20 million in 1969 when he liquidated Buffett Partnership Limited. By this point in time, his entire …

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