What Buffett Won’t Say

Small investors looking to earn higher investment returns should probably skip the upcomingBerkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK.A) (NYSE:BRK.B) annual meeting. Every year thousands of investors flood Omaha, Neb., to listen to the words of the Oracle himself. They don’t come only from…

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22 Mind Blowing Facts About Warren Buffett’s Wealth

Warren Buffett was picking out stocks at 11 years old — and he amassed the equivalent of $53,000 in today’s dollars by the time he was 16. Today, the 85-year-old investing legend has an estimated net worth of over $70 billion, according to Forbes, making him the…

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Buffett Still Thinks These Are A Massive Problem

After all these years, the most famous investor in the world still believes that derivatives are financial weapons of mass destruction.  And you know what?  He is exactly right.  The next great global financial collapse that so many are warning about is…

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Warren Buffett Keeps Buying IBM

Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio) is one of the most respected value investors of all times. He seeks to acquire great companies trading at a discount to their intrinsic value, and to hold them for a long time. Buffett only invest in businesses…

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Buffett’s Market Indicator Flashes Red, Prepare To Sell

With each passing month, it’s becoming evident that the current bull market has slowed from a gallop to a trot. The S&P 500, which rose 29% in 2013, will likely trail such a gain this year, as it is up…

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Takeaways From Buffett’s Preferred Stock Deal

Warren Buffett is a hypocrite. At least, that’s the talking point about the famous billionaire since he announced his involvement in Burger King Worldwide’s (BKW) proposed takeover of Tim Hortons (THI), the Canadian coffee and doughnut chain with a cult-like following. You see, rumors…

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Three More Reasons Why I’m Selling Warren Buffett’s Stock

Warren Buffett is one of the most successful investors in history… And every value investor can learn a lot from reading his annual shareholder letters and hearing him speak. But, as I showed you in yesterday’s essay, you shouldn’t worship him……

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