Buffett Feels the Poor Shouldn’t Blame the Rich for Inequality

According to Warren Buffett, the third richest person in the world, people need to quit blaming the wealthy for income inequality in the United States of America. Warren Buffett, in a Wall Street Journal opinion piece, and is estimated to be worth roughly $71.3 billion by Forbes Magazine, depressingly claims as fact that “the poor …

Continue reading ‘Buffett Feels the Poor Shouldn’t Blame the Rich for Inequality’ »

Billionaire Lessons from Buffett, Walton & Turner

Remember the Internet when it was young back in 2000? This was during the forum and message board heyday, when your parents and grandparents didn’t even have an email address. This also happens to be an inflection point for retail investors. For the first time in history, the average person finally had access to the …

Continue reading ‘Billionaire Lessons from Buffett, Walton & Turner’ »

3 Commonalities in Warren Buffett Investments

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway didn’t become the powerful $290 billion company it is without help. Buffett manning the helm was a major reason for the company’s success. As Berkshire Hathaway chairman, Buffett has made several incredible investments in a number of different industries, including consumer products and financial services. Although each investment differed in its …

Continue reading ‘3 Commonalities in Warren Buffett Investments’ »