Whether you like NBC News or not, there is no doubt that every investor tunes into CNBC daily to watch the market and check out the commentator’s opinions on the day by day stock market action. Warren Buffett is one of the most regular and famous analysts on CNBC, and with good reason. With his vast amount of knowledge, and very wise spending and investing habits it is no wonder that CNBC would want to feature the Oracle of Omaha on their television station. Warren has been an analyst on the station since its original inception and has stuck with the cable news network ever since.
His analysis of the market is very interesting, and it lends great decree to the daily market action no matter what you are investing in. CNBC always generally will feature Warren on their television programming at least once or twice a day, and his appearances are usually pretty informative. While Warren also appears on Fox Business Network, he is more often than not seen on CNBC much more often and this is because he has built a rapport with this organization over the last twenty years.
While Warren Buffett doesn’t have a dedicated television show on CNBC, he is seen so often that he is a special analyst and it would appear that he actually enjoys his time on the network as he is usually quite colorful during his interviews with the different anchors. Another thing that probably helps the situation is that NBC is one of the oldest networks in America, and Warren has been in the business for about fifty years now with no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Warren also likes to educate the younger audience on investing and getting into the market, so naturally, CNBC is a natural outlet for him to use.