|Where Buffett Believes Your Money Should Go|
Mr. Buffett would like for us to see “the important thing is to be in the left business with the left people,” as long as “you don’t go crazy in terms of what you paid for it.”
|Warren Buffett's Worst Enemy Is Also Yours|
What's more is that anxiety, whether rational or not, seems to be a built-in part of an investor's life. In fact, we all worry about the future, because of the numerous uncertainties it presents.
|Buffett Update: Billionaire Buys Cadillac Not Subaru|
It seems that no matter what Warren Buffett happens to say or do, it will always find its way into the news. Last week, the billionaire investor was photographed sitting behind the wheel of a brand-new Subaru Outback. When this happened, a blogger at Auto Evolution decided to turn this into a story.
|Even Warren Buffett finds it baffling|
Mr. Buffett believes retail is challenging because habits, tastes and sales channels are always in flu such that businesses don’t really build and maintain competitive advantages, or what he calls “economic moats.”
|Why Buffett is betting on energy stocks again|
Warren Buffett has been a big believer in and buyer of U.S. energy—indirectly. When it comes to direct investments in energy stocks, though, Buffett—famous for using an elephant-gun analogy to describe his hunt for acquisitions—has been notably gun-shy.
|Warren Buffett Doesn't Always Care about Earnings Growth|
Most investors are obsessed with earnings growth, and for good reason. As a company's profit increases, its share price usually follows, as investors can typically expect higher dividends or share buybacks from a company with higher earnings.
|How to invest like Warren Buffett|
Where others may interpret such difficulties as meaning it's time to quit, Buffett prevailed through tough periods and resisted any urge to pull out of the game.
|Warren Buffett's 4 Rules for Stock Market Success|
Buffett's point is: why bother? There are businesses out there with good prospects that you can understand -- if you're willing to do some homework. Sticking with what you understand already gives you a leg up on a lot of investors.