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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Buffett Says Average Investors Could Have Done Well During Recession

Last week, Warren Buffett mentioned to the Wall Street Journal that “in terms of simple profitability, an average investor could have done just as well as his company Berkshire Hathaway by investing in the stock market if they bought during the panic period” immediately following the financial crisis in 2008. At the time of this …

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Buffett Makes Score on Mars Candy

Warren Buffett, CEO and chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, has stacked up quite a number of wins in the wake of the financial and mortgage crises that took place at the end of the 2000s. Throughout the crisis, Buffett and company played the role of the white knight to some of the largest businesses in the …

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Buffett Recognizes Betrayal, Hospital Drains Big Endowment

While investing with billionaire Warren Buffett, Mildred and Donald Othmer were lucky enough to make a lot of money. But when they passed on from this world, they chose to have the profits earned from investing would Buffett get put back into the community. It’s plausible that they would never have imagined what was about …

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Berkshire Hathaway Units Make Two More Acquisitions

Two of Berkshire Hathaway’s units just agreed to small deals on Thursday, which continues the current phase of their bolt on acquisitions, while Warren Buffett continues to hunt for the big acquisitions as usual. Of the two deals, Berkshire Hathaway’s insurance company Columbia Insurance Co. is going to pay $285 million to buy a new …

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Buffett Says Britt Will Not Be Next Berkshire Hathaway Successor

Occasionally reporters like to jump ahead of the facts. The Wall Street Journal profiled Tracy Britt last week, Warren Buffett’s financial assistant and drew attention to the fact that she could potentially be a person to succeed him as Berkshire Hathaway CEO someday. In truth, it seems like a good question to look into, and …

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Tracy Britt: The Female Warren Buffett?

Berkshire Hathaway’s Tracy Britt is now seriously considered a possible successor to Warren Buffett, 82-year-old investing phenom. She has a Harvard MBA, is 28 years old and has the office right next to CEO Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway headquarters. We learn this from a report in The Wall Street Journal by Anupreeta Das. Das …

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Standard & Poor’s Rating Service Knocks Down Berkshire Hathaway Credit Rating

Berkshire Hathaway, led by investing billionaire Warren Buffett, recently had its credit rating dropped from AA+ to AA. Their rating was cut by Standard & Poor’s rating services. S&P made a statement that tells us that even though Berkshire Hathaway maintains an “excellent business profile,” the lesser credit rating “better reflects our view of BRK’s …

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